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Full text of "Charity Hospital Report 1963-1964"

REPORT 

ON 

CHARITY HOSPITAL 
OF LOUISIANA 

AT 
NEW ORLEANS 

J ULY 1, 1963 TO JUNE 30, 196* 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 
DIRECTOR 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1964 



His Excellency Governor Jimmie H. Davis, Es-Offlcio President 
Honorable John W. Bowen, Vice President 
Honorable Leo J. Kerne, M.D., Director 

Honorable Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

Honorable Robert F. Aiar, M.D. 

Honorable Irvin J. G. Janssen 

Honorable George Van Kuren 

Honorable Rhodes J. Spedale, M.D. 

Honorable Don L, Peterson, M.D. 

Honorable Gilbert C. Tomskey, M.D. 

Honorable David J. Vial, M.D. 

Honorable Thomas J, Bcthunc 

Honorable Thomas C. Nugent 

Honorable Sam J, Arcuri 

Honorable Sterling J. Robiehaux 

Honorable Willard A, Ellender, M.D. 

Honorable M. O. Miller, M.D. 
Honorable A, N. Sam Houston, M.D. 



COMMITTEES 



Finance House 

Irvin J. G. Janssen, Chairman Louis E. Thomas, Jr., Chairman 

Rhodes J. Spedale, M.D. Thomas C. Nugent 

Thomas C. Nugent George Van Kuren 

John W. Bowen David J. Vial, M.D. 

Thomas J. Bethune Sam J. Arcuri 

John W. Bowen 
Sterling J, Robtehaux 

Medical 

A. N. Sam Houston, M.D., Chairman 

John W, Bowen 

M. O. Miller, M.D. 

Donald L. Peterson, D.D.S. 

Rhodes J. Spedale, M.D. 

David J. Vial, M.D, 

Gilbert C, Tomskey, M.D. 

Willard A. Etlender, M.D. 

Personnel 

John W. Bowen, Chairman 

A. N. Sam Houston, M.D. 

Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

Irvin J. G. Janssen 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ANNUAL REPORT 
FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1963 TO JUNE 30, 1964 



INDEX 

Board of Administrators 3 

Departmental Staff , 5 

Resident Staff 8 

Intern Staff . .. 15 

Visiting Staff 18 

LSU Division 18 

Tulane Division SB 

Vice Chairman and Directors' Joint Report 35 

Accounting Department (Comments on Operation) 87 

Ambulance Report S3 

Sisters' Division: 

Director's Report 87 

Nursing Service 89 

Dietary Report SO 

Housekeeping Department 94 

Out-Patient Department 97 

School of Nursing 98 

Operating Rooms .101 

Contagious Unit 105 

Therapeutic Radiology 1 1>4 

Diagnostic Radiology 105 

Surgical Pathology 107 

Physical Therapy Department ITT 

Electrocardiograph Department 1 20 

Electroencephalography Department (Brain Wave Station) 

Lung Station 122 

Obstetrics , 1 2J 

Tumor Registry 1 25 

Medical Record Library 128 

Intake Department 1 38 

Social Service Department .141 

Medical and Patient's Library .148 

Volunteer Service 144 

Hospital Guild 148 

Engineering Department 149 

Laundry Department 160 

Pediatric Recreation Program 161 

Pharmacy Department 155 

Premature Infant Care 168 

Maintenance Department 160 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1964 



ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT 

Leo J. Kerns, M.D., Director 

Louis Burroughs, M.D., Assistant Director 

John Adrian i, M.D., Assistant Director 

D. P, Brock, M.D., Assistant Clinical Director for Surgery 

J. S. Shelby, M.D., Assistant Clinical Director for Surgery 

A. Vidrine, Jr., M.D., Assistant Clinical Director for Surgery 

Weldon Talley, Secretary -Treasurer 



PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 

Charles C. Sturtevant, Director 



TRAFFIC AND INFORMATION 
Charles S. Pique, Jr., Building Service Superintendent 



BUILDING MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 
Charles C. Thrascher, Manager 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 
William H. Sutherland, Manager 



LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 
C. J. Allain, Manager 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Emma S. Moss, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., F.A.C.P., Director 

Certificate American Board of Pathology: Pathologic 

Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

Monroe Samuel*, M.D., Associate Pathologist 

Jerald R. Schenken, M.D., Associate Pathologist 



DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

Manuel Garcia, M.D., Radiologist 
J. V. Schlosser, M.D., Associate Radiologist 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS— (Continued) 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

Charles M. Nice, Jr., M.D, Radiologist 
Ramon Mouton, M.D., Assistant Radiologist 



ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 
E. Tharp Posey, M.D., Director 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 
Louis Levy, 111, M.D., Director 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

Nathan H. Polmer, M.D., Director 
Mary Bacharaeh, R.P.T., Supervisor 



DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIA 
John Adriani, M.D., Director 



LUNG STATION 
John H. Seabury, M.D., Director 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 
R. W. Sappenfield, M.D., Acting Director 



POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 
Evelyn Gourley, R.N,, Assistant Supervisor 



MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY 
Eddie V. Cooksey, Librarian 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
Marigayle Hart, Director 



PHARMACY 

Sylvia Ching Bing, Chief Pharmacist 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS— (Continued) 



ADMITTING ROOMS 
Margaret Carri, Clerical Supervisor 



SISTERS' DIVISION 
Sister Atphonsa, R.N., B.S. 



NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Sister Regis, R.N., Director (deceased 4-1-62) 
Willie Mask, R.N., Assistant Director 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Lenore Andries, R.N., Supervisor 



ADMITTING, EMERGENCY AND OBSERVATION ROOMS 

Sister Edith, R.N,, Supervisor 



OPERATING, ACCIDENT AND CVSTOSCOPIC ROOMS 

Sister Andrea, R.N. 
Sister Mary Louise, R.N. 



CONTAGIOUS UNIT 
Sister Margaret Mary, R,N,, Supervisor 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
Clyde Moore, Director 



HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 
Sister Clarisse, R.N., Director 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
Sister Blanche, R.N., M.S., Director 



OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL 
STAFF AND CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

July 1, 1963— June 30, 1964 

E. T. Krementi, M.D., President 
R. M. Paddison, M.D., "Vice-President 

B. H. MeCracken, M.D., Secretary -Treasurer 

Frank J, Houghton, D.D.S., Dental Representative 

H. C. McGill, M.D. 

H. E. Dascomb, M.D. 

K. Reemtsma, M.D. 

Wm, H. Sternberg, M.D. 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF 
July 1, 1963— Juno 30, 1964 

F. E. Schmidt, M.D., President 
Oney C. Raines, M.D., Vice-President 
Luther W. Richardson, M.D., Secretary 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL INTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1863— June 30, 1964 

Davis C. McCool, M.D., President 
Roger C. Suttle, M.D., Vice-President 
Corbett J. LeBouef, M.D,, Secretary 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF 



Ui IUi-INE, LSU DIVISION 
Dudley L. Biraventi, M.D, 
Kubsri J. WsKimpMl;, M.D 

Amo Law. M.D ,......,., 

(Lava of Absence effective i/l/ii) 
Demm P. Qr*nberry, M.D. 
Joy«E. Redcuki, M.D.. 
BUrln 'S, Cavinmsn. M.D. ... 
Lionel H. Head. M.D... . 

P«a1 Bimlnum, M.D. 

RawilCTklBb, M.D... 

Jun O. Dilly, M.D. . 

Edwtrd K. Trmmliiu, M.D. 

Anthony M. Wolfe, M.D. „ . 

Gnton do !» Brawnne, M.D. 

Lottor L. Ducotf, M.D. 



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Alice H. Maier, M.D. 

(Leave of absence [mm 8/1/63 to November 1663) 

Findtay Maier, M.D 

Catherine J. Probst, M.I) 

Game T. McKnight, M.D 

Gennie L. Bailey, M.D. 

Fa thai j BorhanmnnEsh, M.D. Trainee 

MEDICINE. TULANE DIVISION 

Robert E. Weetf.ll, M.D 

Martin P. Rsppaport, M.D. 

Ronald B, Georie, M.D. , 

James W. Cheek M.D 

GeonteL. Fatter. M.D , 

Clifford C. II. L«, M.D 

Georie C. Mdllieran. M.D 

Alfred J. Rufty, M.D 

Jack C. Cnrtregiovanni, M.D. 

MarabnU A. Bums, M.D 

Peter W. Rowland, M.D 

Jnek Q. Ctiuey, M.D. 

Samuel Greenbctg, M.D. 

Arnold B.AIper, M.D. . 

DeuB, Klliihorpr, M.D. 

Richard E. Richl, M .D 

Louie T. Mamma, M.D 

JfcotDM D. Giles, M .D 

Thomas Oelsner, M.D 

Gorton C. M Liter, M.D 

John 0. Bums, M.D. 



PEDIATRICS. LSD DIVISION 
An#ek> K. Lobuc, M.D 



Bernard Hindi, M.D.. 



Charles I). Hancock. M.D. . 
Charlea C. Bwlrand, M.D.. 

Jerry P. Casey, M.D 

Donald G. Jains, M.D 

Ralph W. iiaucum, M.D.. . 

John C. Werner, M.D. 

Henry J. DaigJe, M.D 

Jeiiin H. Belute, M.D 

Donald F. I'ltiaei, M.D 

Dal* J. J'ulkn, M.D. 

Carlos Venjne, M,D 

Aritimrru D, Letgo, MiD 

Hairy W. Prater, M.D 

Aubrey T. BauRh, M.D.. . . . 
Michael L, 1 nerty, M.D.. . 
Mareus C. Thomas, M.D.. . 

Gary C. Morehover, M.D.. 
MarYyn D. Culien. M.D.... 

Jerry A. Davis, M.D 

John H. Overton. M I 

D. I. Wilkinson. M.D. 

Carolyn Villarrubia, M.D... 

John P. Henley. Mil 

Joseph D, Beaaloy, M.D. .. . 



IIATRY, LSU DIVISION 

Waller L. Pricket t, M.D 

Joaa Roberta. M.D 

Carolyn Kitchen, M.D 

Philip A. Sthaeffn, M.D. 

Verfu L. Metta III, M.D 

Robert J. Ourao, M.D. 

Laura C. ThorohiU, M.D 

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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Molly J. Puueky, M.D 

NEUROLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Patricia S. Cook, M.D. 

John M. Hopper. M.D 



PSYCHIATRY. TULANE DIVISION 
Kennolh C. Molkner, M.D 

Martha Lout™ Marshall, M,D ..', 

Lincoln D. Paine, M.D 

Dim Warren Turner, M.D, . . 

KyleB. Hamm. M.D 

David Barton. M.D.,... 

EvpUM 0. Coatee, M.D. 

Win. B. Dnuranond, M.D. 

Walter H. Fanbure, M.D 

Burton Todnos, M J> 



NEUROLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 
Thomas J. Fauble, M.D ,. 



Evan P. Howell. M.D. . 



1'FKMATOLOGY.LSUDI, 
Luther W. Richardson, M.D. 
Lucius M. Lamar, M.D 



Ji» H. Lee, M.D. 
Willial. Cfiud, M.D.... 
Goorne A. Farber. M.D. 



DERMATOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Ce.il! ID. ... 

Mejein A. Hairston. M.D. 

Fernando E. Palomequt, M.D.. . 
John M. Yarboroimii, M.D. 
Kenneth L Cumminss, M.D,. . 

SURGERY, LSU DIVISION 
William M. Lumpkin. M I) 

Derek V. Brock. M.D 

Arthur Vktrma, Jr., M.D. 

Samuel E. Field, M.D 

Junes R. Boiem&a, M.D 

FoyE. Blue, M.D... . 

■ If, Tnmmiwflo, M.D. 

Wesley .1. IVriuLinl. id.D. 
Robert Lee Can cr. M.D. 
Cecil Eduitrd Floyd. M.D. 

'-re, M.D. 
Crtn M. Hcnundei, M.D. .'!',"]]' 

HimpS. Pralt. M.D 

Olney M. Patrick, MJD 
David A. Wcilbaechcr, M.D. 
reliiJ. Matbieu. M.D... . 
Reece Ij>™ Crow, Jr., M.D. 
Arnold H. DcMarro, M.D 

Kay Moore. M.D 



Harry D. Waged, MJ) 

Steven N. Abramaon. M.D,... 

Richard A. Baylor. M.D 

Jjadw* D. Brirkman. M.D. 
Frank C. DiV intent i, M.D. 
Joseph B. Reynolds, M.D. 
James H. Rivei, M.D. 
Earle W. Kudderth, Jr.. M.D, 
Mark A. Thomas, M.D, 
Marion J. Trahan, M.D.. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Donald R. Berfcmnn, M.D, , 

Homayoon Can ji, M.D 

Travis J. Harrison, M.I). 
Jelm K, Dormu, Ml). 
Boy Lee Seals, M.D 



THORACIC SURGERY, LSU DIVISION 

Warren 0. Coleman, M.D. 

Junta S. Shelby, M.D. , 



-HHY/rULANK DIVISION 

Frank II. Diva Jr.. M ,D 

Frank K. .<rliniidt. M.D. 

Cbvlnil. Mam*, M.D 

Dewey H. Lanr.Jr.. M.D 

Arthur A. ralrang 1IJ) , 

Eugene J. We ill™ bach, M.D 

Albert H. Bridginan, M.D. 

Jeek L, Rare, M.D 

JemojH Btini, M.D. 
CharleaA. K titer, M.D. 
Juw H. Gntm, M.D, 



C. Roger Yomnans, M.D, 
rainier J. Teiada, M.D... 



Arthur J. AielroJ, M.D,... 

Cecil E, Uaaselt. M.D 

D D. DavifcM.n. ... 

Karl Z. Browne, M.D 

l'l.l!:|. h. Hrcicr. M.D 

Ronald I.SegBr, M.I). 

Marvin T. Gfira, M.D 

Edwin R. Boater, 111. M.D. 
D.Maiil 0. I dgtrtoo, M.D.. 



While K. Gibson, MJ> 

Loui« F. Kiiwpn. Jr., M..D.. 
Howard A, Nelson. M.D... 



Claude B. Oliver, M.D. 
Jobs W. Reedi 



David Ruiwin. Ml 

Bmr- A. Kybon, M.D 

Swepion F. Kraoer, M.D 

Rudolph F. Wetehcrt, III. MJ>., 



THORACIC SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 

. M.D...... 

Edward S. Lindaey, M.D 



NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 
liorare A, Norrell, Jr. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Howard H. Braljy. M.D 

Gary A. Dildy. M.D 

Harold J. Miller, M.D 

Frederick E. Laid, M.D 

David L. Hall, M.D 

Wallace P. Begnnnd. M J).. 

John Lee Haggard. M.D 



Dates ot Service 



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LeoR. Kairyu, M.D. 
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Jamo. Leshley, M.D 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Dates of Service 



Rink 



From 



To 



Herman L. Fontenelle, M.D. 

David M. Mantulics, M.D.. . . 
Robert H. Younnr. M.D. . 

Alton s. Nii. M.D, '.'.'.'.'.'. 

Joel J. Comcaux, M.D 

JoMnh E. Psyssee, M.D 

Wm. 0. Jeaasonne, M.D 

Truman P. Ritn, M.D.. . . 

George C. Moore, M.D. ] 

Anthony Leexio. M.D. ... 

Robert V. Casayoui, M.D 

Roger L, Que, M.D .]......... 

Jaok A. Andonie, M.D. 

Ellis D, Lindscy, M.D 

John E. Stafford. M.D " 

OneyC. Raines, M.D. , . 

Edeel F. Stewart, M.D 

Euitene Theriot, M.D 

Lawrence H. Hansen, M.D ........I! 

Glenn L. Wegener, M.D ,„. 

Joho K. Abide, M.D. . 

Charles K. Fischer, M.D !!!,.!!'"! 

Myron Schanbron. M.D. ... 

Daniel A. Trinlett, M.D. '. 

Jsmcs H. Blair, M.D. 

Harry B. Macey, Jr., M.D 

Marston LeiEh. M.D 

Marion E. Cockrtll, Jr., M.D 

Goodman B. Espy, ill, M.D. , . 
Charlei A. Fraicr. M.D, 

Willard J. Wing, M.D 

Robert J. Schmidt, M.D. 

Wm. S. Renaudin, M.D ...','.'.'.'.'."'. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, LSD DIVISION 

Joel Smason, M.D 

Robert L. Bordelon, M.D.I ...'.'.'. 

Jerome 1 , Cohen. M.D 

Donald E. Wah len, M.D. 

James E. Weilbaeehcr, M.D. 

Bernard J. Fond, M.D. ...„.." 

Sluart I. Phillipe, M.D 

Daniel a. Sinclair. M.D. 

Robert A. Fleming. M.D. ........'.'.'.'. 

James II, LaiTivicre. M.D 

Raynmd J. Beurbt. M.D ....... '.'M'.'.'.'. 

Frank Srhiavi, Jr., M.D. 

Kenneth C. Cranor. M.D. 

Chau-Yuh Lai, M.D ,.,. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, TCLANE DIVISION 
Claude 8. Williams, HI, M.D. 
Charles F, Smith, Jr„ M D 

Ranks Blackwell, M.D ' 

Eugene J. Dabraiee. M.D 

Richard A. Linwood, M.D 

Lewis R. Thompson, M.D 

Ms aruder Corban , M ,D. 

Jack F. Loupe, M.D. 

Robert W. Hunt, M.D. 

Randall A. Williams, M.D 

Salvador H. URoeca, M.D 

Robert O. Bulemsn. M.D 

Phillips J. Carter. M.D 

Ralph S. Owinsa, Jr., M.D 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



OPHTHALMOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Conrad Gregory, M.D. 

Claris £. Afemnn. M.D. 

Thomai K. Dillon, M.D 

George J. Dimitri, M.D 



John W. Huneke. M.D,, 

Roger Graeti, M.D 

Kirk A. Patrick. M.D.. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION* 

Cheater A. Vaughn, M.D 

faoub D. Snider, M.D 

Samuel M. Emerson, M.D 

Willard O. Tin-ill. M.D 

David Lee McNeill, M.D 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY LSt DIVISION 
Charles J. Abdo, M.D. 

JamaT. Pate, M.D " 

Thomu H. Field., M.D, 

George A. Adoock. M.D 

Jims Dm Gordon, M.D 

W»P,H«,M.D„„' 

Donald B, Kanwer, M.D 

LouiiG. Cucinotta, M.D 

Philip H, Blodget. M.D 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Harvey Kotnet, M.D............... .... 

John H. Avegno, M.D 

Thomee A. Gmo, M.D 

Done™ B. Fool*. Jr., M.D 

Marvin P. Meadors, M.D 



George L. Arriwrton, M.D.. . 

UROLOGY, L8U DIVISION 

George Schlottmao, M.D 

Hoy J. Dugas, M.D 



R. Smith Murray, M.D. 

Gerald R. LeNasa. M.D 

Juan C. Yolleiiwtiider, M.D.. 

Frank Draft ten ino, M.D 

Redfieid Bryan, M.D 



UROLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Howard Ridwin, M.D 

1'hdip B. Dugdon, M.D 

Jams Burden, M.D 

Black well Kvant, M.D 

Emanuel P. Rivaa, M.D. 

Jama J, Stanton, M.D 



Ruben E, Jons. M.D.. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 

David L. Bally, M.D 

Edwin G. Hyde, M.D , 

Arthur J. Stevenson, M.D. . . 
Rente K. Landsman. M.D.. 
John K. Mcintosh, M.D. . . . 

PanI A. Lea. M.D 

Paul A. Lea, M.D, 



Jane Jeffreys, M.D, ..,,.,. 

Stanley Sapentein. M.D. 

Kapua Katut. M.D 

Harmon C. Landsman, M.D.. 

JohnR. D»t», M.D 

Hilda G. Heidinaifold.r, M.D.. 



Dais of Service 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Charleo 0. Battie. M.D,. 
Jo Ann Levitt. M.D. 
A. Benion Cannon, M.D, 
Lysl 0. Williami, M.D. 



RADIOLOGY 

William J. Bean, M.D 

June R. Willis, M.D. 
("Wei G, Toinberiin. M.D, 
Ami A. Meyora, M .D 



David J. Ilai-llw, M.D. 
Charles E. Lav*. M.D. 
George H. Wood, 111, M.D.. 



Lots*!] H. H'lrwit2. HJh. . ; 

Dtius« E. BlickantafF. M . [). 
Junes M, Budd, M.D,. , 



John L. Heart, M.D. . . 

BID Vans lln,..., M.J 
Alton M. Hujartl. M.D 



PATHOLOGY. LSU DIVlfllOM 
Joe F. Simmon, M | 
Robert 8, White, M. tt... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".,'. 

(Uave from ia/t/02 to e/30/831 
Paaeliy It. QitaMsr, M.D. 
John D, Milam, M.D.. ....'... " ' 

Michel S. Mrriawar, M.D. . , 
Marion G M.D. 

Paul D.Gard, M.D. . 



Bryw Bliaa. M.D. 
Guy J. Guarinu, M.D., 



PATHOLOGY, TDLAKE DIVISION 
John 8. Baaone, M.D. 
Joseph D. Guitlory, Jr. M-D 
Edward M. Boasni, M.D 
Joha 1. Smith, M.D 

Wayne ti, Elliott, M.D. 

JnliiMi C. llcstderaon, MJB.. !..!!!! 
Rodney 1*. llolcomb, M.D 

Thainaa F, QOchriit, M.D. 



ORAL SURGERY. LOYOLA DIVISION 
Duller Atdom, ti.DS 

Fleming J. Hnuey, J r „ Djjjj, 

I*mnrL. LancMler, D.D.S. .. 
Tod Allen Matlhowi, D.D.S., 
Clyde A. Qiurdano, D.D.S.. . 
Jamee R. Boyce, D.D.6. 
Robert D, HhImI. D.D s 
Bruce W. Novark, D 



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14 



ROTATING INTERNS 
L.S.U. DIVISION 

July 1, 1963— June 30, 1964 



George James Azar, Jr., M.D 
Gerald A. Baugh, M.D. 
Martin A. Belanger, M-D. 
William M. Cross. M.D. 
Peter Culotta, M.D. 
Krwin H, Engert. Jr.. M.D. 
Keith T. Etzenhouser. M.D. 
Michael W. Fa-Kourl, M.D. 

■ 'li H. Hagood, M.D. 
Rodney p. Kalil. M.D. 
John F, Klees m, M.D. 
Wayne G. Do Hay e, M.D. 
Corbet t J. LeBouef. M.D. 
Hunter C. Leake, m, M.D. 
James J. Leonard, M.D. 
Donald A. Lucas, M.D. 



Gerald J. McCann, M.D. 
Calvin C. McManus, M.D. 
lerlc* L, Mayer, M.D. 
Hubert M. Meredith m, M.D. 
I'r.-scott Miller, M.D. 
■ ph A. Roy, M.D. 
Robert B. Ruel. M.D. 
Ralph E. Shannon, M.D. 
John Richard Steadman, M.D. 
Carl Tnylor Stirling, M.D, 
Pedro Vargas, M.D. 
Norman M. Weber, M.D. 
Reginald D. Wheat, M.D. 
Sidney V. Worthy, M.D. 
Shu-Kuen Yu, M.D. 



August 1, 1963— August 31, 1964 
Angel R. Qarcla-Marin. M.D, 

January 1,1963 — December 31, 1963 
James O. Gordon, M.D. 

January 1, 1963 — June 21, 1963 
September 1, 1963 — March 9, 1964 

Kirk A. Patrick, M.H. 

January 7, 1963— January 6, 1964 
Don R. Guzzetta, M.D. 

April 1, 1963— March 31, 1964 



1 B. Lest.igo, M.D. 
Howard S. Reltman. M.D. 



Joseph A. Sullivan, M.D. 



MIXED INTERNS— LSU DIVISION 

July 1, 1963 — June 30, 1964 



Medicine 



M R, Armstrong, M.D. 
Alice L. McColIough Boylen. M.D. 
Carl T. Boylen, M.D. 
Richard J. Clement, M.D. 



B. Cocks, M.D. 
D. Oruln. M.l>. 
Jacob B, Goff, M.D, 
Joseph M. Levin, M.D, 



July 1, 1963— August 31, 1964 
Gerald E. A. Miller, M.D. 

October 1, 1963— September 30, 1964 
John A. Householder, M.D. 



16 



STRAIGHT INTERNS— LSU DIVISION 

July 1, 1963— June 30, 1964 



Medicine 

Clarence R. Teagle, M.D. 



Pediatrics 

Nancy L. Kliesch. M.D. 



January 1, 1964 — December 31, 1964 

Medicine 

Bergthora Sigurdardottir, M.D. 

ROTATING INTERNS 
TULANE DIVISION 

July 1, 1963— June 30, 1964 



George A. Aldridge, M.D. 
Katherine A. Aldridge, M.D. 
Reid L. Ballenger, M.D. 
Salvadore J. Barranco. M.D. 
Miller S. Bell, M.D. 
Wm, G. Boettchcr, M.D. 
Wm. R, Bridges, M.D. 
Wm. J, Carr, Jr., M.D. 
Ernest A. Caalllaa, M.D. 
Lawrence T. Ch'len, M.D. 
David H. Dombeck, M.D. 
Edward P. Downing, M.D. 
David J. Drez, Jr.. M.D. 
Richard C. Finn, M.D. 
George W. Freeman, M.D, 
Ronald J. French, M.D, 
Luther H. Pulcher, Jr., M.D. 
Robert E. Gome2, M.D. 
Wm. Lee Graham, M.D, 
James A. Holllday, Jr., M.D. 
Edward J. Howell, M.D. 
Robert L. Jones, M.D. 
Melvln M. Kaneshiro, M.D. 

id Y. KImura, M.D. 
Sandra K. Knight, M.D. 



James W. Langston, M.D. 
Richard E. Leach. M.D. 
Russell C. Lowery, M.D. 
Richard L. Mackey, M.D. 
Robert W. Mackey, M.D. 
Nell Elden Miller, M.D. 
John A. Murfee, M.D. 
Henry T. Noguchl, M.D. 
Robert M. Patton, M.D. 
Maunsel B. Pearce, M.D. 
Edward E, Pennington, M.D. 
Ernest L, Pope, M.D. 
Albert Prleto, M.D. 
Thomas G. Rudd, M.D. 
John C. Scharfenberg, M.D. 
Lawrence O. Selgler, M.D. 
Jonathan L. Serxner, M.D. 
Frank K, Sewell, Jr.. M.D. 
Gary Sharron, M.D. 
John F. Steele, M.D. 
Roger C. Suttle, M.D. 
Myroslav M. Tendai, M.D. 
Joseph VUlard, Jr., M.D. 
Louie Cecil Wtlaon, M.D. 



October 1, 1962— September 30, 1963 



James H. Barker. M.D. 



Harry F. Jones, M.D. 



November 1, 1962— October 31, 1963 
Euclid A. Isbell, M.D. 



16 



MIXED INTERNS— TULANE DIVISION 

July t, 1963— June 30, 1964 



Medicine 

Moss L. Anthony, M.D. 
Glenn W, Bowers, M.D, 
Harry L. Coleolough, M.D. 
Ronald Jon Kleber, M.D. 
Donald J. Palmlsano. M.D. 
Howard H. Russell, M.D. 
Roger L. Spark, M.D. 



Surgery 

Gerald A. Brooks, M.D. 
Davis C. McCool, M.D, 
Wm. C. Woolverton, M.D. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

William S. Beclipn, M.D. 
Richard Depp, M.D. 



Pediatrics 

Wesley W. Lake, M.D. 



STRAIGHT INTERNS— TULANE DIVISION 

July 1, 1963— June 30, 1964 

Surgery 

Lawrence T. Crimmins, M.D. 
Frederick W, Fits, M.D. 



Medicine 

Carlos M. Hecker, M.D. 
Warren J. Krlck, M.D. 



ORAL SURGERY INTERNS — LOYOLA DIVISION 

July 1, 1963— June 30, 1964 

Charles B. Jones, D.D.S. 

John R. Watts, D.D.S. 

Phil D. Mayers, D.D.S. (Resigned 8/26/63) 

John O. Wallace, D.D.S. (Resigned 9/30/63) 

July 8, 1962 — July 7, 1963 
Gordon T. Bverltt, D.D.S. 



IT 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 
July 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964 

L. S. U. DIVISION 

Head of Division 
W. W. Frye, M.I). 



J. L. Locasclo, Ml). 



Medicine 
Edgar Hull, M.D., Physlcian-in-Cltlef 

Consultant* 

' ThlbPrge, M.U. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



O. S. Berenson. M.D. 
Oscar Blitz, M.D, 
J. E. Blum, M.D. 
John B. Bobear. M.D. 
H. E. Daseomb, M.D. 
Carl J. Dicharry, M.D. 
H. J. Dupuy, M.D. 
F. A. Elgenbrod, M.D. 
A. A. Flores, M.D. 
W, w. Frye, M.D. 
3. E. Garcia. M.D, 
N. S. Gilbert. M.D. 

(Leave of absence) 
D. D Gordon, MD. 
r. .1. Gulotta, M.D. 
S. Halle, M.D. 
D. W. Hayes, M.D. 
Walter J. Hollis, M.D. 
Edpar Hull, M.D. 
P. R. Johnson, M.D, 



M. W. Jumel, M.D. 
J. T. Leckert, M.D. 
L. Lexy, H, M.D, 
Carl B. Lulkart, M.D. 
W'm. ,M. lAiifcirt, M.D. 
Gordon McHardy, M.D. 
L. A. Monte, M.D. 

B, O. Morrison, M.D. 
K, G. Nix, M.D. 
Txwix Oobs. Jr.. M.D. 
H. D. Ogden, M.D. 
Carl Rabin, M.D. 

J. P. Rull, M.D. 
J. S. Salatieh. M.D. 
.1. H. Seabury, M.D. 
Morris Shushan, M.D. 
J. J. Slrnorell!, M.D. 
P. M. Tiller, Jr., M.D. 

C. A. WnpRenspack, M.D 
J. O. Weitbaecher, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



J. E. Ball, M.D. 
J. N. Blfkers, M.D. 
L. D, Bultman, M.D. 
L. Burroughs, M.D. 
J. E. Hand. M.D. 
R. B. Haspel, M.D. 
R. C. Judlce, M.D. 
I>:ivtd D. Kahn. M.D. 
Meyer Kaplan, M.D. 
Murrel H. Kaplan, M.D. 
Deo A. Dabourdette, M.D. 
A. J. Lauro, M.D. 
A. M. Dupin, M.D. 
R. .1. MoHurdy, M.D. 
Kcrmoth McLeod. M.D, 
J. P. McNulty, M.D. 
J. Martinez-Lopez. M.D. 



D. H. Mattson, M.D. 
J. P. Monroe, M.D. 
Frrmris S. O'Neil, M.D. 
G. A. l-'.-'itit. M.D. 
F A. Rabito, M.D. 
J. A. Rogers, M.D. 

I. I„ Rosen, M.D. 

J. E. Sfilvapfflo, M.D. 
A. M, Seardino. M.D. 

II. I,. Seese, M.D. 
J. B, Stotler, M.D. 

R. T. Stephenson. M.D. 

Meyer Sutton, M.D. 

S. W. Tuthlll. M.D. 

H. M. Voss. M.D. 

S. S. Ward. M.D. 

G. T. 'Williams. M.D. 



IS 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF — (Continued) 
July 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964 



W. H. Hiart, M.D. 
C. C. Mary, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

D. J. Sekinger. M.D, 



PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 
R. W. Sappenfield, M.D., Fhysiclan-In-Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
R. L. Simmons, M.D. R. W. Sappenfield, M.D. 

DERMATOLOGY 
C. B. Kennedy, M.D., Dermatojogist-in-Chief 



D. P. Bradley, M.D. 
G. Gaethe, M.D. 
V. M. Henlngton, M.D. 
II. W. Jolly, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



C. B. Kennedy, M.D. 
M. Millowlix, M.D. 
Leslie K. Mundt. M.D, 



C. I Black, M.D. 
Jamea M. Brock, MD. 
W. Burroughs, M.D. 

Davis, M.D. 
C. S. Goldberg. M.D. 
E B. Johnwiek, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



D. R, Montgomery, M.D. 
S. E. O'Quinn. M.D. 
Wm. J. Perret, M.D. 
Adrien A. Stewart. 
D. Thlhodaux, M.D. 
J. C. Tilley, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physician 
Ann Bennett. M.D. 

PSYCHIATRY 
C. Watklns, M.D., Fsychlatrist-in- Chief 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



i Virl P. Adatto, M.D. 
Jack E. Chap puis, M.D. 
H. O. Colcomb, M.D. 
Edward H. Knight. M.D. 
Irwin M. Marcus, M.D. 



Kenneth Hitter. M.D. 
Normas IT. Rucker, M.D. 
C. WatWus, M.D. 
T. W. Walters, M.D. 



vlere Arneson. M.D. 
S. H. Benbow, M.D. 
A. Burdon, M.D. 
D. D. Burford, M.D. 
T. H. Butler, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



D. F. Carlos, M.D. 
A. Cohen, M.D. 
C. L. Davia, M.D. 
W. S. Easterling. M.I>. 
H. K. English, MM. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



L. E. Gatto, M.D. 

J. R A. Gonzalez, M.D, 

C. T. Kitchen, M.D, 

D. Lathrop, M.D. 
M. L*. Latour, M.D. 

M. A. Sorum McGauly, M.D. 
M. F. Miller, M.D. 
A. A. Olinde, M.D, 
M. Sugar, M.D. 



W. C. Super, M.D. 

J, A. Stocks, M.D. 

E. O. Svenson, M.D. 

r:. Vail, M.D. 

J. Welsler. M.D, 

W. S. Wledorn, Jr., M.D. 

E. B. White, M.D. 

J. L. Winkler, M.D. 



E. Auld. M.D. 
Sidney Dupuy, M.D, 
Ellen MacKenzie, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

R. L, Newman, M.D. 
C. C. Ramsey, M.D. 
E P, Uzee, M.D. 



NEUROLOGY 
R. M. Paddison, M.D., Neurologist-in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician* 
M. E. Johnson, M.D. R. M. Paddison. M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



Margaret C. Duncan, M.D. 
G. Ferriss, M.D. 
E. R. Hackett. M.D. 



H. B, Hiermnn, M.D. 
J. Moossy, M.D. 



PEDIATRICS 

R. L. Fowler, M.D., Pedlatriclan-in-Chiet 

Consultant 
S. Schaefer, M.D. 



Esther Anderson, M.D. 
E. W. Evertst, M.D. 
R, D, Fowler, M.D. 
J, M. Perret, Jr., M.D, 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



Percy Rosenbaum, M.D, 
H. Rothschild, M.D. 
R. W. Sappenfield, M.D. 
H. C. Tolmas, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



James A, Avant, M.D. 
R. L. Bagnetto, MJ>. 
O. W. Brown, M.D. 
H. B. Chalstrom, M.D. 
V, L. DiLeo, M.D. 
M. C, Duncan, M.D. 
N. C. Gagliano, M.D. 

A. J. Glorlando, M.D. 

B. Hilman, M.D. 

C. W. Hoffpaulr, M.D. 
C. M. Johnson, M.D. 



J. D. Jordan, M.D. 
H. B. Levy, M.D. 

R. Novlck, M.D. 

M. W. McQultty, M.D. 

D. Mack, MX>. 

E. A. Schneider, M.D. 
W. S. Sekul, M.D. 

A. Stamler, M.D. 
R, D. Stout, M.D. 

B. N. Wexler, M.D. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



M. C. Allen, M.D, 
E. T. Brown, M.D. 
S. A. Ceaente, M.D. 
Ernest Hansen, M.D, 

C. E. Kemmerly, M.D. 
N. Kern. M.D. 

D. M. Lago, M.D. 
R. W. McKey, M.D. 

D. G. Mack, M.D. 

E. J. Madere, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



J. R, Manson, M.D. 
J. L, Moore, M.D. 

C. T. Morris, Jr., M.D. 
M. J. Haley Pope, M.D. 
Wilhelmena Quiroa, M.D. 

D. Thompson, M.D, 
J. R. Upp, M.D. 

A. L. Wedgeworth, M.D. 
Jacqueline, K. Winter, M.D. 



PATHOLOGY 

H. C. McGill, M.D., Pathologist- in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Pathologists 
R. M. Hartwell, M.D. H. C. McGill, M.D. 



R. D. Baker, M.D. 
M. F, Beeler, M.D. 
T. K. Farris, M.D. 
J. O. Geer, M.D. 
N. D. Holmquist, M.D. 
A I>. McQuown, M.D. 



Visiting Pathologists 



J. 

K. 
J. 
Tj. 

R. 



Vf, M.D. 
F. Ranson, M.D. 
P. Strong, M.D. 
L, Swan, M.D. 
A. Welsh, M.D. 



C. R. EUinger, M.D. 
J. A. Freeman, M.D, 



Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

P. A. McGarry, M.D, 



PHYSICAL MEDICINE 
N. H. Folmer, M.D., Physiatrlst-ln-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Physician 
N. H. Polmer, M.D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY— UNDER DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

Senior Visiting Anesthesiologist 

John Adrian!, M.D. 



Kenneth Bray, M.D. 
Vernon Pagan, M.D. 



Visiting Anesthesiologists 



Patricia M. Milasao, M.D. 
J. H. Waddell, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologists 
J. K. Jeffreys, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 

SURGERY 
Isidore Cohn, Jr., M.D,, Surgeon-In-Chief 



Isidore Cohn, Sr., M,D. 
Lawrence J. O'Nuill, M.D. 



Consultants 

James D. Rives, M ,D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



H. M. Albert, M.D. 
\V. F. Becker, M.D. 
Isidore Cohn, Jr., MJJ. 
C. C. Craighead, M.D. 
J, I* DiLeo, M.D. 
R A. Faust, M.D. 
Samuel Karlin, M.D. 
Howard H. Karr. M.D. 

(Neurosurgery) 
Wm. Leon, M.D. 
I. A. Levin, M.D. (Proctology) 
Alfred B. Longacre, M.D, 



F. W. Maher, M.D. 
Howard Miihorner, M.D. 
C. J, Miangolarra, M.D. 
J. T. Nix, M.D. 
Wm. D. Norman, M.D. 
L. K. Richardson, M.D, 

A. Romano, M.D. 
\\ in, A. Roy, M.D. 
Rowena Spencer, M.D. 
M. Lyon Stadiem, M.D. (Deceased) 

,-. H. Strug. M.D. 
Carl N. Wahl. M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



H. P. Armstrong, M.D. 

M. Atlk, M.D. 

R. J. Bourgeois. M.D. 

D. D, R;iker, M.D. 

E. L. Burke, M.D. 

D. V. Caeioppo, M.D. 

A, S. Cernlglia, M.D. 
W. A. Cherry, M.D. 

C. F. CuUcchia, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 
J. E. Dugas, M.D. 

B. A. Glass, M.D. 
L. D. Guidry, M.D. 

(Thoracic Surgery) 
Harold Heitkamp, M.D. 
G. W. Hoffman. M.D. 
J, E, Isaacson, M.D. 
Louis Krust, M.D. (Plastic Surgery) 



R. W. Levy, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 
C. D. Langford, M.D. 

(Resigned 12-16-63) 
Kenneth K. Meyer, M.D. 
M. Bert Meyer, M.D. 
W. Charles Miller. M.D. 
N. C. Nelson, M.D. 
W. W. Ogden, M.D. 
R. G. Reyes. M.D. 
F. A. RiKza, M.D. 
Raymond A. Schwarz, M.D. 
A. H. St. Raymond, M.D. 
L. H. Stander, M.D. 
Vincent V. Tumminello, M.D. 
L. Terrell Tyler, M.D. 
C. B. Wilson, M.D. (Neurosurgery 

(Resigned 7-15-63) 



OBSTETR I CS— GVN ECO LOGY 
Abe Mickal, M.D., Obstetrician— GynecoIogist-in-Chief 

Consultant 
W. E. Levy, M.D. 



F. J. Bertuccl, M.D. 

R. S. Bilrt, M.D. 

J. M. Brocato, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



F. O. Brumfleld, M.D. 
V. A. Culotta, M.D. 
P. L. Danna, M.D. 



22 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



C. M. Dougherty, M.D. 
A. Golden, M.D. 

D, W. Goldman, M.D. 
C. P. Goll, M.D, 

H. Leidenheimer, Jr., M.D. 
Lawrence F. McCune, M.D. 
Abe MiekaJ, M.D. 
J. G. Mule, M.D. 



F. S. Oser. M.D, 
J. P. Sehwarzenbnch, M.D. 
A. If. Soilmann, M.D. 
S, v. Ward, M.D. 

C. G. Wlchser, M.D. 

W. li Wmm, M.D. 

'/„ \Vohl. M.D. 



Visiting Surgeon* 



R. G Aucoln. M.D. 
R, H. Barnes, M.D. 
J. L. Beebe, M.D. 
Victor Brown, M.D. 
J. T. Crapan/.ano, M.D. 
T. K. Dampeer, M.D. 
R. L. DlBenedetto, M.D, 
L. A. Gallo, M.D. 
L. J. Joseph, M.D. 
A. H. Lassen, M.D. 
D. W. McKoven, M.D. 



A. T. Mbntagnino, M.D. 

A. M. Parker, M.D. 

M. Y. Rosenberg, M.D. 

B. H. St. Raymond, M.D. 
B. Samuels, M.D. 
Mary P. Scales, M.D. 

E. C. Smith. M.D. 

J. Torres, M.D. 

A. C. Touchy, M.D. 

A. G. Wiedemann, Jr., M.D. 

J. S. Zoller, M.D. 



John B. Holland. M.D. 
E. R, Lupin, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

Kenneth W, Kemmerly, M.D, 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

G. M. Haik, M.D.. Ophtha1ma1ogist-in-Chlef 



G. S. Ellis. M.D. 

\. C. Harrington, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

G. M. H.'iik, M.P 



R. 3. Cangelosl, M.D. 
II . M. Halk, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

E. U. Wilson, M.D. 



D. W, Larson, M.D. 
J, Murtagrh, m.d. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. B. Pollard, M.D. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

V. H. Fucha, M.D., Otolaryn£olo*rfst-in-Chief 



,\. Fattla, M.D. 
V. il. FuL'hs, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. A. Thomas, M.D. 



2S 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



C. J. Abdo, M.D. 
I. M. Blatt, M.D. 
C. G. Boyette, M.D. 
3L G. Cox, M.D. 
C. Hatndel, M.D. 
A. A. Jacques, M.D. 
G. Joseph, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



N. Kearby, M.D. 

c. I>. Lyons, M.D. 

A. D. Montgomery. M.D. 

J. P. Palermo, Jr., M.D. 

G. J. Taquino. M.D. 

H. Zoller, M.D. 



ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 
I. Cahen, M.D., Orthopedist-In-Chief 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



I. Cahen, M.D. 
J. P. Nabos, M.D, 



W, H. Brent, Jr., M.D. 

G. G. Brown, M.D. 

J. J. Prensllli, M.D. 

R. M. Levy, M.D. 

S. J. LoCocO, M.D. 

A. J. Kleinschmldt, M.D. 



W. H. Newman, M.D. 
I. Redler, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



R. P. KitziBer. M.D. 

A. S. ROSS, M.D. 

O. S. Rowlett. Jr.. M.D. 

A. Slander, M.D. 

.1. U Winters. M.D. 

J. T. Williams, M.D. 



UROLOGY 
G, C. Tomskey, M.D.. Urologlst-ln-Chief 



M. M. Green, M.D. 
B. P. Morrow, M.D, 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



R. F. Sharp, M.D. 
G, C. Tomskey, MJX 



A. W. Beacham, M.D. 
C. E. Cobb, M.D. 

B. H. Grimm, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



H. Mardis, M.D. 
J. W. Vaudry, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
J. B. Hatcher, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 
Wm. L. Bain, M.D., Acting 1 Radiologist-In -Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologists 
H. Duhe, M.D. C. 0. D. lilly, M.D. 



24 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— ( Continued) 



Wm. L. Bain, M.D. 
J. T. Brierre, M.D. 
Wm. R. Hardy, M.D. 



Visiting Radiologists 



R. C. Fortenberry, M.D. 

J. B. Marino, M.D. 

M. D. Teitelbaum, M.D. 



TULANE DIVISION 

HEAD OF DIVISION 
C. C. Spraguc, M.D. 



MEDICINE 
George E. Burch, M.D., FhyslcIan-in-Chlef 



Robert Bernhard, M.D. 
George E. Burch, M.D. 
M. Campagna, M.D. 
Grace A. Goldsmith, M.D. 
S. Jacobs, M.D. 



Consultants 



P. H. Jones, M.D. 
B. de S. Matthews, M.D. 
P. L. Querens, M.D. 
I. L, Bobbins , M.D. 
R. H. Turner, M.D, 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



W, R, Arrowsmith, M.D. 
R. Birchall, M.D. 

C. Y. Bowers, M.D. 
J. K, Bradford, M.D. 

D. C, Browne, M.D. 
Robert R. Burch, M.D, 
L, Cablran, M.D. 
Wai. D. Davis, M.D. 

B. J. de Laureal. M.D. 
(Leave of absence) 
Allan M. Goldman, M.D. 
N. Goldstein, M.D. 
H. Horack, M.D. 
F. M. Hunter, M.D. 
A. L, Lyman, M.D. 



F. P. Incaprera, M.D. 

R. C. Jung, M.D. 

H. A. Klein, M.D. 

J. A. Magne, M.D. (Deceased) 

IV, ,J. Mogabgab, M.D. 
J. C. S. Paterson, M.D. 

A. Prieto, M.D. 
Maridel Saunders, M.D. 
J. E. Schenthal, M.D. 
A. Segatoff, M.D. 
C. C. a prague, M.D. 
S. A. Three foot, M.D. 
T. F. Treutinp, M.D. 
W. G. Unglaub, M.D. 
M. Zisklnd, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



E. O. Anderson, M.D. 
If. M. Batson. M.D. 
T. Block. M.H, 

C. L, Brown, M.D. 
H. A. Buechner, M.D. 

F. A. Chlrlno, M.D. 
Wm, P. Coleman, M.D. 
W. Culpepper, M.D. 
Margaret Cunningham, M.D. 
Edward O. B. Comer. M.D. 

DcPasQUale, M.D. 
FT. B. Green berg, M.D. 
Or*n B. Gum, M.D, 



Ruth S. Hoffman, M.D. 
Mary Humbrecht, M.D. 
Harris Hyman. in, m.i>, 
J. F. Jackson, M. D. 

(Resigned 12-31-63) 
Robert C. Kelleher, M.D. 
M. F. Kossover, M.D 
W. W. Lake. M.D. 
Carlos Lamar, M.D. 
R K. Lange, M.D. 
W. p. Lien hard, M.D. 

(Resigned 10-1-63) 
Wm. Locke, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



B. H. McCracken, M.D. 
D. R. McCurley, M.D. 
Lottie McWherter, M.D. 

(Resigned 11-1-63) 
J. D. Martin, M.D. 
Allen D. Meyer. M.D. 
S. L. Middleton. M.D. 
Charles B. Moore, M.D. 
P. J. Murlson, M.D, 
I* P. O'Maallle, M.D. 

(Resigned 3-1-84) 
rj. A. Pankey, M.D. 
J. G. Parker, M.D . 
Maurice A. Pearl, M.D. 
J. H. Phillips. Jr., M.D. (Mil. Leave) 
P. A. Pou, M.D. 
A. F. Reed, M.D. 
Frank A. Rlddick, M.D. 
J. R. Salcedo, M.D. 
Morton Solomon, M.D. 



Roliert D. Sparks, M.D. 

L ub, M.D. 
M, J. Sternberg, M.D. 
W. J. Stuckey, M.D. 
H -K. Threefoot, M.D. 
W. J. Trautman, M.D. 
Ann M. Trice, M.D. 
John M. Tyler. M.D. 
David W. Wall, M.D. 
J. J. Walsh, M.D. 
N. K. Weaver, M.D. 
John B. Weeth, M.D. 
Hans Weill, M.D. 
Morris J. Welsler, M.D. 
T. E Wetas, M.D. 
G. E. Welch, M.D. 
II. A. White, Jr., M.D. 
I. Yager, M.D. 
1'lillip C. Young, M.D, 



Donn E. Bowers, M.D. 
G. H. Dominquez, M.D. 
I* C. Eyrich, M.D. 
A. R. Hale. M.D. 
S. J. Herbert, M.D. 
R. Lazzara n MJ). 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

M. .'. LeDoUX, M.D. 
l-\ V. Mayer, M.D. 
w. W. Parks, M.D. 
W. H. Schindel, M.D. 
II. J. Schmidt, M.D. 
W. B. Tinmsi-nil. M.D. 



DERMATOLOGY 

V. J. Derbes, M.D., Dermatologist -In-Chief 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



Arturo N, Alvarado, M.D. 
J. W. Burks, Jr., M.D. 
V, J. Derbes, M.D. 
F. C. Greshaber, M.D. 



U 1>. McLean, M.D. 
W K. Reed, M.D. 
R. Ross, Jr., M.D. 



H. B. Christianson, M.D. 
C. L. Carpenter, M.D, 



Visiting Physicians 

P. R. Loria, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician 

E, B. Anderson, M.D. 

PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY 

R. Heath, M.D., Psychiatrist— Neurologist-ln-Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



M. L Knelow, M.D., Psychiatry 
A. W. Epstein, M.D., Psy.-Neurol. 
P. A. Freed man, M.D., Neurology 
,: Heath, M.D., Psy.-Neurol, 



H. I. Lief, M.D. 
H. T. Posey, M.D, 
T. L. L. Sonlat, M.D., 
G, L. Usdln, M.D. 



Neurol. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



Visiting Physicians 



R. EL Barron, III, M.D., Neurol. 
R. W. Buduinston, MX»„ Psy. 
G. H. Promm, M.D., Neurol. 
D. M. Gallant, M.D., Pay. -Neurol. 
R. M. Gillil.md, M.D., Psv. 
H. O. Haynie, M.D.. Psy. 
J. A, Knight, M.D., Pay. 
(Resigned 9-15-63) 



R, C. Lancaster, M.D., Psy. 
Boyd K. Lester, M.D., P 
Francis H. Metz, M.D. 
E. C. Norman, M.D,, Psy. 
Ruth D. Paterson. M.D„ Psy. 
T. L. Rafferty, M.D., Psy. 
C. R. Smith, M.D., Psy. 
C. G, Steck. M.D., Psy. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



George A. Bishop. M.D., Psy. 
J. R. Cowan, M.D., Psy. 
J. T. Cross, M.D., Psy. 
Kemlgio G. Gonzalez, M.D., Psy. 
v, r. Gonzalez, m.d.. Psy. 

D. W, Greve, M.D., Psy. 

I. U'. Hill, M.D., Psy.-Ne.uroL 
M. J. Kioor, M.D., Psy. 
Albert P. Koy, M.D., Psy. 
J. F. Lupo, M.D., Psy. 
M. K. Miree, M.D., Psy. 

E. F. M ut her. III, M.D., Neurol. 



Win. Newselhof, M.D., Psy. 

K. Oikawa, M.D., Psy. (Leave of 

absem-c 10-1-63 to 6-30-64) 
Joseph E. Roberts, M.D., Psy, 
L. H. Robinson, M.D., Psy. 
W. H. Shelton, M.D., Psy, 
D. J. Sprehe, M.D., Psy. 
C. A. Steele, M.D., Psy. 
A. F. Strolher, M.D,, Psy. -Neurol 
P. D. Ware, M.D.. Psy, 
M. S, Wise, M.D., Psy. 



PEDIATRICS 
R. V. Platou, m.d., Pedlatrtcian-in-Cblef 



!i. !•:. de la Houssaye, M.D. 



Consultants 

M. Loeber, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physician 
R. V. Platou, M.D. 



3. F. Craven, M.D. 
J. Graubarth, M.D. 
E. L. Levert, M.D. 

" Naef, M.D. 
C. I. Posada, M.D., 



Visiting Pyhsicians 



J. D. Russ, M.D. 
.M. II. D. Smith, ,MH. 
O. H. Snyder, M.D. 
D. York, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



J. D, Beasley, M.D. 
at A. Betsey, M.D. 
P. 8. Bertucci, M.D. 
L<>Roy K. Branch, M.D. 

Cherry, M.D. 
H. J. Cohen, M.D. 
M. D. Cooper, M.l>. 

Crump, M.D, 
Dwbautreaux M.D. 
J. A, Diaz, M.D. 



s. 


D, 


Farber, M.D. 


B. 


C. 


Fnul, M.D. 


J. 


P. 


Fortino, M.D. 


G, 


3, 


Fruthaler, Jr., M.D. 


>;. 


<:. 


Gibson, M.D. 


c. 


K. 


Hamilton, M.D. 


F, 


u 


Harris, ,Tr., M.D. 


G. 


c, 


Hassing-er, M.D. 


J. 


u 


Hutoheraos, M.D. 


I>. 


i: 


Killeleii. M.D. 



27 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



M. Klein, M.D. 
K. H. Lennox, M.D 
J. M. Lusher, M.D. 
W. T. McDanlel, M.D. 
L, A. McLaughlin, M.D. 
M. S. McLellan, M.D. 
S. L. Madey, M.D. 
J. W. L. Mann, M.D. 
J. R. Powers, M.D. 
J. L Reynolds. MJ3. 
A. Rinker, M.D. 
N. J. Robinson, M.D. 
L. J. Rolfes, M.D. 
Emma Sailors, M.D, 



B. B. Shaver, M.D. 
John P. Shriner, M.D. 
H. G. Simon, M.D . 

C. Q. Sterne, M.D. 

C. D. Talley, M.D. 

A. H. Thalheim, Jr., M.D. 

B. F. Thompson, Jr., M.D. 
T. D. Tilden, MJD. 

D. W. Van Gelder. M.D. 
R. P. Vieth, M.D. 

W. W. Waring, M.D. 

C. P. Wasserman, M.D. 
N. C. Woody, M.D. 

H. B, Woody, M.D. 



PATHOLOGY 

C. E. Dunlap, M.D., Pathologist-In-Chief 

Consultant 
Wm. H. Harris, Sr., M.D. 



John W. Dent, M.D. 
C. E. Duniap, M.D, 



Senior Visiting Pathologists 



Wm. H. Harris, Jr., M.D. 
Win. H. Sternberg, M.D. 



Visiting Pathologists 



Robert L. Flinner, M.D. 
P. H. Harris, M.D, 
J. Harttin, M.D. 



Herbert Ichinose, M.D. 
Richard J. Reed, M.D. 
J. Zlskind, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Pathologist 
S. S. Schochet, Jr., M.D. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY— UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 
Visiting Anesthesiologists 



M. C. Beck, M. D. (Deceased) 
G. B. Grant, M.D. 



J. B. Parmley, M.D. 
A. J. Wyly, M.D. 



F. X. Letard, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologists 

R. G. Zepernick, M.D. 



SURGERY 
Oscar Creech, Jr., M.D., Surgeon-In-Chief 
Consultants 
W. P, Bradburn, M.D. Dean, H. Echols, M.D. 



0. C. Cassegrain. M.D. 
L. S. Charbonnet, M.D. 



Alton Ochsner, M.D. 



28 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



J, B, Blaloek, M.D. 

F. F. Boyce, M.D. 

E. J. Cerise, M.D. 

Oscar Creech, Jr., M.D. 

Arthur C. Davidson, M.D. 

P. T. DeCamp, M.D. 

P. H. Hanley, M.D,, Proctology 

M. O. Hlnes, M.D, 

E. T. Krementz, M.D. 

V. R. Kroll, M.D. 

R C. Llewellyn, M.D. — Neurosurgery 

R. C. Lynch, M.D. 



F. T. McQuitty, M.D. 

M. L. Michel, M.D. 

NeaJ Owens, M.D.— Plastic Surgery 

W. R. Page, M.D.— Neurosurgery 

W. C. Quinn, M.D. 

D. M. Rosenberg, M.D.— Thoracic 

M. M. Rosenthal, M.D. 

A. H, Storck, M.D. 

Wm. H. Syll, M.D. 

R. W. Vincent, M.D, 

C. R. Waltera, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeon* 



P. "W. Acree, M.D,— Thoracic - 
Cardiovasc 

C. A. Beskin, M.D.— Thoracic 
J. F. Egger, Jr., M.D. 

P. Espennn, M.D. 

D. M. Ewln, M.D. 

R. W. Hughes, M.D.— Plastic 

J. D. Jackson, M.D.- — Neurosurgery 

O. M. K oka me. M.D, 

A, G. Lawrence, M.D. — Resigned 

M. W. Levy, M.D. 

R. C. Lien, M.D. 

L. H. Under, M.D. 

S. Logan, M.D. 



C. G, Longnecker, M.D. — Plastic 

F\ T. MePherson. M.D. 

R J. Meade, M.D.— Plastic 

0. V. Menendez, M.D. 

J. L. Oschner, M.D. 

C. W. Pearce, M.D. 
J. E. Ray, M.D. 

K. Reemtsmci, U D. 

D. E. Richardson, M.D. — Neurosurgery 
R. F. Ryan, M.D. 

R. J. Schramel, M.D. 
R R Senter. M.D, 
J. O. Shaver, M.D. 
J. H. Stewart, M.D. 



C. Abbott, M.D. 

D. Aiken, M.D. 

L. A. Cheramle, M.D. 
R. C. Day, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 



John B. Gathrlght, M.D. 
Wm. A. Hibbert, M.D. 
R. Welchert, M.D. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 
C. G. Collins, M.D. — Obstetrlclan-Gynecolglst-ln-Clilef 



E. H, Countiss, M.D. 
J. S. Hebert, M.D. 
C. G. Johnson, M.D. 



Consultants 



H. W. Kostmayer. M.D. 
J. W. Reddock, M.D. 
C. H. Tyrone, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



D. W. Beacham, M.D. 
W. D. Beacham, M.D. 
C. a. Collins, M.D. 
J. H. Collins, M.D. 
J. T. Davis, Jr., M.D. 

0. R. Depp, M.D. 

1. Dyer, M.D. 

J. A. King, M.D. 



C. Fnrris. Jr., M.D, 

P. J. Krupp, M.D. 

J. Kushner, M.D. 

M. B. Laphnm, M.D, 

G. K, .McCnskoy, Jr.. M.D. 

H, Meyer, M D 

R. E. Moor. MR 

E. W. Neison, M.D 



29 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



F. Q, Nix, M.D. 
JU I. Post, M.D. 
M. J. St. Romain, 



M.D. 



M. D. Stelner, M.D. 
Weed, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



Willard D. Adams, M.D. 

K. I. Aycrst, M.D. 

H. G. Ball. M.D. 

I). L. Barclay, M.D. 

W. P. Bradliurn. Ill, M.D. 

R. Q. Burman, MJX 

R. J. Crawley, M.D. 

Wm. L. Geary. MJJ. 

3. P. Griffon, M.D. 

A. M. Hcbert, M.D. 

M. J. Hoffman, M.D. 

F. E. Minyarfi, M.D. 

C. F. Moll, Jr., M.D. 

Max Pallet, M.D. 



G. E, Posner, M.D. 
W. II. Roehng, M.D. 
R. E. KouRelot. M.D. 
G. T. Schneider, M.D. 
Melvin Scbudmak, M.D. 
w. C. Scheppegrell, Jr., M.D 
];. A. St Romain, M.D. 
Robert C. Smith, M.D. 

• rson C. Steele, M.D. 
G. F. Sastendal, M.D. 
J. C. Thorn, M.D. 
J. M. Todd, Jr., M.D. 
H. B. Webster. M.D. 



H. J. Cabeceiras, M.D. 
Quita S. Morgan, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. B. MuLh. M.D. 
Paul Trickott. M.D. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 
J. H. Allen, M.D., Ophthalmologlst-in-Chlef 

Consultant 
Wm. H. Boles. M.D. 



J, II. Allen, M.D. 
G. C. Bahn, M.D. 
S. R. Gaines, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



.7, W. Rosenthal, Mil. 
M. C. Wilensky, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



It. F. Azar, M.D. 

O. II Dubezles, Jr., M.D. 

.1. Fink, lutein, M.D. 

A. W. F. Hiibeeb, M.D. 

I>. O. Honey, M.D. 

M. Q. Holland, M.D. 

P. I,. Adair Jewell, M.D. 

Hugh A, Klutz, M.D. 



R A. Long, M.D. 
.1, MeComiskey, M.D. 
n. x. Murphy, M.n. 
J. P. Rumage, M.D. 
It. A. Sehlmek. M.D, 

. Schoel, M.D. 
P. Skov. M.D.— Resigned 12-Sl 
D. D. Thlbaut, M.D. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

H. G. Tabb, M.D., Otolarynologlst-ln-Chief 



30 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 

Consultants 

C. I* Brown, M.D. E. G. Wells, M.D. 

F. B. Dejeune, M.D, 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

I* W. Alexander, M.D. W, A. Waener, M.D. 

J. W. McDaurfn, M.D. C. S, Wood, MD 

H. G. Tabb, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

W. P, Beatrous, M.D. T. P. Reggie, M.D. 

A. B. Calms, M.D. \V. Rubin, M.D 

C. H. Cleveland, Jr., M.D. L. J. Rutledge, M.D. 

J ' J- Farwell, M.D. S. Zurik, M.D. 
W. FInkelstein, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

R. H. Cox, M.D. M. L. Lewis, Jr., M.D. 

Q. R, Kuehnle, M.D. A. N. Scalco, M.D. 

P. B. Lejeune, Jr., M.D. r street, M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 
J. K. Wlckstrom, M.D., Orthopedlst-in-Chier 

Consultants 
R H. AUdredge, M.D. H. D. Morris, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

N. J. Accardo, M.D. D. C. Riordan. M.D, 

G, D. B. Berkett, M.D. Mary S. Sherman, M.D. 

Thomas U Duncan, M.D. J. K. Wickstrom. M.D. 
B T. Haslam, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

George C. Battalora, Jr., M.D. j. K. Saer, M.D. 

R. C. Orimsten, M.D. D. EI Schechter, M.D, 

Ray J. Haddad, Jr., M.D. H. R Sobolofr, M.D. 
.'. T. Kerr, M.D. 



UROLOGY 

J. U. Schlegel, M.D., UroIoglst-in-Chlef 

Consultant 

Edgar Burns, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

W. Kittredge, M.D. J. U. Schlegel, M.D 

J. G. Menvllle, M.D. 

SI 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 

Visiting Surgeons 

Jorge Cuellar, M.D. M. G. Ochaner, M.D. 

Wm. Brannan, M.lJ, A. M. Pratt, M.D. 

Jack E. Mobley, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
Wilburn 0. Brazil, M.D. Irwin P. Plaisance, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 

C. M. Nice, Jr., M.D,, Radlologist-ln-Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologists 

J. N. Ane, M.D. W. McDowell, M.D. 

J. V, Hopkins, M.D. C. M. Nice, Jr., M.D. 

N. S. Hunt, M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 

R. B, Bergeron, M.D. C. E. Ijivls, M.D. 

L. J. Brlstow, S1.I>. E. H. Little, MJ>. 

B. C. Buchtel, M.D. R. Mouton, M.D. 

M. Calonje. M.D. P. H. Meyers, M.D. 

L. W. Eavenson. M.D. W. S. Neal, M.D. 

A. Hendler, M.D. S. F. Oehsner, M.D. 

Mary E. Holland, M.D. C. P. Oderr, M.D. 
J. Izenstark, M.D. (Resigned) 

LOYOLA DIVISION DENTAL STAFF 
July 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964 

HEAD OF DIVISION 

F. J. Houghton, D.D.S. 

Consultants 
H. W, Peterson, D.D.S. Don L,. Peterson, D.D.S. 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

P. J. Houghton, D.D.S. Douglas B. Parker, M.D., D.D.S. 

James H. Qulnn. D.D.S. Sidney L. Tlbller, D.D.S. 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

Raymond E. Boudreoux. D.D.S, Victor Halperln, D.D.S. 

Robert F. Eastman, D.DS. clay C. Hunley, D.D.S. 

W, A. Hall, Jr., D.D.S. E. E. Jeansonne, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 

Clyde A. Giordano, D.D.S. U libera Wilderman, D.D.S. 

Charles H. Ha yd en, D.D.S. 

32 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 

SCIENTISTS 
July 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964 

L.8.U. DIVISION 

MEDICINE 

Lute .i. Balart, M.I>, Helmut RedetzKl, MJ). 

V Kumar, M.D. 



.ley H. Abadie, Ph.D. 
Joseph H. Miller. Ph.D. 



PUBLIC HEALTH AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 

John C. Swartzwetder, Ph.D. 



fohn Roitzsch, Ph.D. 
Margarita Roy, M.D 



PEDIATRICS 

Juan L, Washington, M.D. 



H>'hert X. Dorsey, Ph.D. 



V.Utu N, Barber. Ph.D. 
Fred G. Brazda, Ph.D. 
a. John Buddlngh. M.D. 
I». A. EBgen, Ph.D. 
'l \ Oddly, Ph.D. 



PSYCHIATRY 

Zachary Guaaow. Ph.D. 

SURGERY 

George H. Bornside, Ph.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

Albert 8. Harrlsts, Ph.D. 
Ralph D. LiUte, M.D. 
M. C. Oalmanji. D.P.H. 
J. Rosenbaum, M.D. 



OBSTETRICS— GYNECOLOGY 
Ellen C. Keaty. Ph.D. 



ORTHOPEDICS 

Alfredo Blanco -Arroyo, M.D. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 
Luis F. Peres;, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

John L. Peterson, Ph.D. 

TULANE DIVISION 

MEDICINE 



Ketna) Akdamar, M.D. 

. tifrel G.. M.D. 
QoiUermO Arango R., M.D. 

i J. Aaoury, M.D. 
Antonio de la Hoz Barros, M.D. 
O. Bazzano, M.D. 
I'.nil C. Beaver, M.D. 



J. Buenaventura, M.D. 
J. Corelno-Blanco, M.D 
Tuncay Ertan, MJO, 
Victor Perrana. M.D. 
Ernesto Gonzalez C M.I). 
M. H. Hack, Ph.D. 



33 



CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 

SC I EN TISTS — ( Continued ) 

Mario H. Hurtado, M.D. Victor D. Perea. M.D. 

Erol Kozderell, M.D. K. G, Pinter, M.D. 

J. F. Linhart, M.D. Gllbcrto Sanchez, M.D. 

A. Lopes-Santoiino, M.D. M. F. Shaffer. Ph.D. 
(Resigned 3/15/64) Charles H. Tun, M.D. 

M. N. Lowenthal, M.D. Tsung-ksio Tun, M.D. 

O. Neal Miller, Ph.D. Gloria Vega de Rodriguez, M.D. 

C. Pedreschi, M.D. Paulus Zee, M.D. (Resigned 1/1/64) 

PEDIATRICS 

H \V;irren Kloepfer, Ph.D. Kenneth W. Newell, M.D. 

Wilfred Lopes. M.D. 

PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY 

Melvin P. Bishop, Ph.D.— Psychology (Resigned 11/8/63) 

Lawrence W. Byers, Ph.D James A. Long, Ph.D. — Psychology 

— Biochemistry F. de Balbian Verster, Ph.D. 

Samuel T. Elder, Ph.D.— Psych ology Biochemistry 

B. E. Leach, Ph. D. —Biochemistry 

PATHOLOGY 
llernan Estrada, M.D. Eleonora Galvanek, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Jeannette K. Lngualte, Ph.D. Eugene Llnke, Ph.D. 

Maurice Joseph. M.S. 

RADIOLOGY 
Qaorg* Meckstroth, Ph.D. Franz P. Lessman, M.D. 



34 



JOINT REPORT 
OF THE VICE CHAIRMAN AND THE DIRECTOR 

June 30, 1964 



The Honorable Jlmmie H. Davis 
'invemor of the State of Louisiana 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Dear Governor Davis: 

The Vice-Chairman and the Director of the Board of Administrators of 
the Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans submit the following report 
of the activities of the hospital for the fiscal rear July 1, 1963 through 
.lune 30, 19G4. 

Mr. John W, Bowen was re-elected Vice Chairman of the Board and Dr 
Leo J. Kerne was reappointed Director. 

The following members continued to serve on the Board of Adminis- 
trators: 

His Excellency Governor Jlmmie H, Davis. ESx-Offlcio President 
Honorable John W. Bowen, Vies President 

Honorable Leo J. Kerne, M. D, Director 

Honorable Louis E. Thomas, Jr. Honorable Thomas J. Bethune 

l!"ti.irable Robert F. Azar, M.D. Honorable Thomas C, Nugent 

Honorable Irvin J. G. Janssen Honorable Sam J. Arciirl 

Honorable George Van Kuren Honorable .sterling J. Roblchaux 

Honorable Rhodes J. Spedale. M.D. Honorable Wlllard A. Ellender. M.D. 

Honorable Pun L, Peterson, D.D.S. Honorable M, O. Miller, M.D. 

Honorable Gilbert C. Tomskey, M.D. Honorable A. N. Sam Houston. M.D. 
Honorable David J. Vial. M.D. 

Tlie Member* serving on the various committees are ;is follows: 

Finance House 

Irvin J. G. Janssen, Chairman Louis E. Thomas, Jr., Chairman 

Spedale, M.D. Thomas C. Nugent 

Thomas; C. Nugent George Van Kuren 

\ v. Bo wen David J. Vial, M.D. 

Thomas J. Bethune Sam J. Arcurl 

John W. Bowen 
Sterling J. Roblchatix 

Medical 1 Personnel 

v X Sam Houston, M.D.. Chairman John W. Bowen. Chain 

n W. Bowen \ N Si an Houston, M.D. 

• Miller, M.D. Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

Donald !.. Peterson, D.D.S. Irvin J. G. Janssen 

Rhodes J. Spedale, M.D. 
Havld J. Vial, M.D. 
Gilbert C. Tomskey, M.D. 
Wilbtnl A. Ellender. M.D. 

The cost of operations increased $1,134,293.98. The largest increase was 
in salary In the amount of $007,632,45, although we had a slight decrease In 
employees during the year. We purchased $132, 987.00 worth of equipment 
during the year. The appropriation from the state for 1963-64 for the fiscal 
year was $15,473,517.00. TVe received $274,314.00 from Bond Liquidation Fund 
and Federal and Other Grants $87,350.00. 

35 



36 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

During the year we remitted to the State Treasurer (1,677,356.00 for 
patients services, fees and other miscellaneous Items. In July 1963 the School 
of Medical Technology was approved by the Council on Medical Education 
and Hospital of the American Medical Association. The Bond and Building 
Commission allocated (700,000.00 for renovation for the Student Nurses" Home. 
In January 1964 the State Bond and Building Commission allocated us 
(388,000.00 to repair and waterproof the Professional Students Home, the 
Eve Butterworth Dlbert Interne Home and the DIbert T. B. Building. Clmlnl 
and Merle were appointed architects (or this project. 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

The Vice-Chairman and the Director of the hospital wish to express 
their appreciation to the Sisters of Charity for their splendid cooper 
and excellent services rendered innumerous capacities; also, to the various 
members of the Board of Administrators for the valuable services rendered 
through this year and to the Department heads and the entire personnel of 
Charity Hospital for their wonderful loyalty and cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN W. BOWEN 

Vice Chairman 

Board of Administrators 

LJ30 J. KERNE, M.D. 
Director 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



37 



COMMENTS ON OPERATIONS 
June 30, 1964 

^STi? iSF^. 1 ' ft,r "''iF",^ 1 J ? ly '• lm to ,l " ,, 30 ' im ' « «™r*r»d with the MM period laat year m- 
muta II, l34.2M.es u per lie followioB lumrjiary: 





ISM 


IM8 


Inert*** or 
Deereaea* 


Salaries 

Food 

Repair* Maintenance , . 

Other Operating Expenses. 


f 10, SSI. 086. SS 

(73,371.83 

1,006, 331 M 

284.246,59 

1,7*7,«9 M 


t 10.217.451 50 

8M.019.17 

1. $34, 012. SI 

276.823 76 

1,429, 037. M 


t 607. 633. 45 

17.32S.09 

183,372. IB 

12,878.17' 

338.S41.89 


Tutal Coat of Operations 


t IS.B3S.S01.Sg 


1 14,704,247.00 


t 1,134,203.09 



£?*L c ! r opa ^^J°' lhe mma> oI Jun "' " ,fl '' " ""P***- with M»y. 1061 increased 8137,819.31 » per tit 



SalariM 

Food ""!""!!" 

Drtiitj and Surgical Supplies 

Other Operating Eipenmi 

Repairs and Main I. bid*;, and Equipment . 
Heap. Coot, to Retirement Tlao and FO AB . 

Total Coat oJ Operations 



MM 



8(7.490 07 
96.891.76 

274.40S.37 
90,031 H 

SO, 427. 10 
(12.152.25 



t 1,419.397.00 



ton 



003,070,63 
71,020. S4 

188,946 ta 
80,878 70 

u,m a 

03.210.01 



t 1,311,877.69 



Increaa- or 



6, 480. 46* 

21,002.22 

117.410 8» 

11. ISO. 00 

5, 180. 28* 

l.OtHl IS* 



137,819.31 



ANALYSIS— PERSONAL SERVICE COST 


COMPARATIVE 


Increase or 
Decrease* 




June 


May 


All other Staff Doctor) 


1 


13,172.40 

U, 187. SO 
29,450 Oil 


I 


43,015 18 
13. 124. 00 
28,058.18 


J 


413,08* 
U BO 

1,393.88 




t 


85,809.90 


» 


84,798.04 


1 


1,013.30 


Registered Nurses 


1 


09. 80S. 08 

SS. 851 46 

llll, 464. 77 

1,040.00 


t 


100,318 H 

60,770.34 

181,249.83 

19.00 


I 


8,711.17* 

911.90* 

1.708. 08* 

2,309.00* 


Nunc A idea , 

Mudml Nursee 




1 


309,858.29 


t 


320,585 42 


t 


10,727,13* 




t 


497.021.82 
3,0*1 Oil 
1.209 00 


t 


4Sti.7S8.4S 
3.000.09 
1,800.00 


t 


3,833.37 






600.00* 




1 


807,490.07 


t 


003,070.53 


1 


6,480 48* 



By actual payroll count, 113 potions were employed and 136 released durioa the month of June for an decrease, of 8 
per the following: 





June 


May 


Increase or 
IJrcreaes* 




280 

209 

HO 

2,162 


282 

300 

812 

2,184 


3* 

1* 

8 
l 2 . 






3.660 


t.m 


8* 



■Red Figures 



38 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

BALANCE SHEET 
June 30, 1964 

rrra 



OPERATING FUNOS CURRENT ASSE1S 

Cub (schedule 1) 

In Banks 

Petty Cash Fund 


I J ,174.900.01 

i.sso.oo 


J 


1.276..- 


Accoun 1* Receivable 
MiiceUaneoui Account* . . . , 
N*»t iunal Foundation of Inf. Paralyiis 


t 130,048.19 

ll.SSI.8a 


f 




Federal Grant*— Receivable 


7.813.72 




BdimI Liquidation Fund Receivable 


1,484 H 




Patient* Accounts. . 

Les; Reserve for Doubtful Accounts 


I 1.636.305.34 

1. 538.395, 34 




Inventory— Material »nd Supplies - 
Prepaid Insurance. . 






iss.au D! 

44.415.04 


Total Current Arnets 




« 


1 .WW.3M 2fl 


PLANT ASSETS 
Itaftlhun 


J l,8S5,77«75 

15.B19.982.14 

6,081). 83t>. 14 

24,189.98 

51.703.50 






Equipment 




Radium 

Cemetery— Land ami Buildings 


i3.870.867 4* 


Total 




J 


35,836.147 7! 


PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

Equipment and Furniture 


t 


89,059 48 



LIABILITIES AND HOSPITAL'S EQUITY 

OPERATING PTJHD8-C0HRKHT LIABILITIES 

Accounts I avable 

Trade | 120.379.0* 

Employees Retirement 107,343.58 

Social Security 

Employees Bond Purconaea ... ■■ ii.fl5i.7l) 

Salary G am istuncu la . .. 731.04 

Willin rid Income Tai, . ' 51,375.15 

Other 3,95328 I 341. 911. « 



Accrued Payroll,. ..... 391.743 42 

Ht-TV.-H 

Deposit on Key* . I ]. 525,35 

Unclaimed Wanes. . . 100.30 t .935.71 



Due State General Fund 

Mincellancous Income i Ben. Ill f 7(3,510.15 

IVi.n Year's Adjustment 19,8*9.00 

Collection Eipetisrs 830.411 



Total Current Liabilities . . t 1. 510.200. 10 

HospiiaraEquity.Sch.il) 446,090.10 



Total Liabilities and Equity . t 1.905,380.10 

PLANT CAPITAL AND DEPRECIATION 

Plant Capital t 11,603,004.98 

Reserve Depreciation of Bldra t 7,088,078.84 

Rajerve Deprecation of Equip 6,230.723.80 12,258,802.50 23,670.887,48 



Total t ». 836,2 47 7i 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

Ad vaucoa— Louisiana Stale Dept. of Health .. . » 50. 059. 49 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



39 



STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL'S EQUITY 
June 30, 1964 



KKSKRVE— HOSl'ITAJ/S EQUITY 


Balance 
June 30, 1963 


Increase or 
Decreue* 
July — June 


Balance 
fl/30/M 


Balance or Appropriation 1989—1960 . 

Balance or Appropriation 1900—1981 

Balance of Appropriation 1961 — 1962 


J 879,41' 

13,182.68 

1, :79.48 

83,107.04 

404 ,328. 03 

SO.771.78 


1 1.848.10* 

.13 
M.aSg HI- 
SS, 185. OS 
13,043 16 


m.sp 

lS.l*t2.ftS 

12, .179. 89 

11,178 TO* 

489.514 01 

44.418.04 


Balance al Appropriation 1902—19(13 

Inventory— Material and Supplies 


Prepaid Jnnuraurc 






1 S14.892.SS 


1 1. 80S 03 


f 848,888. 01 


Add: Balance 1063—1904 Appropriation 






t 142,000.07 








Lea.: DeSctI 1903— 1964 


t 088.057.08 
242.oSO.D8 








Total Uoapiul't Equity 


t 440.090. 10 









'Red Firnrm 



Schedule I 



STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 



S 





Hoapital 

Operahcii: 
Fund 


Ywiton 
Food 


Endowment 
Funds 


Bond 

Liquidation 
Fund 


Special 

Left illative 

At>i>ropri»ti«i 


Total 


Hibcrnia National Bank. 
National American Bank 


t 222,358 SI 

3i. eat. 41 

4WI.M17.03 
Ki5, 106.00 
13.102.02 
3.010 45 
8,851 80 
1,850.00 


* 


t 


S 


t 


i 222.JS8.B1 
:)I,W» .41 










460,587.03 


St. Bernard Bant and Trust Co 


13.g76.0d 


212. 631. 4» 
IM1 i*l 


4.485 05 


4,738.50 


757, 260. 94 
13.102 02 


National Bank of Commerce. ....... 

Bank of Louisiana in New Orleans ... 


3,010 15 

22.727 U5 

1,800.00 












( 1,270,590.5! 
A 


1 13,878.00 


t 212.7S1.4S 


1 4,485.06 


f 4.738.50 


t 1,512,432.81 



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Schedule II 



STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES 








19S9-1980 


1960-1961 


1MI-1H3 


1 962-1683 


1983-1984 


Total 


MEANS OF FINANCING 










118,473,517.00 


815.473, 617 00 
109,790.67 
274,314.87 
87,350.00 
65.384.58 




S78.41* 


18,183.88 


12. 379. 48 


83,107.84 


Bond Liquidation Fund ........... 


274,314.87 
87,380.00 
85,384 58 


Fedml and Other Granta 










Krupbye™ Maintenance 




















Tntal locoine. 


t 


879, 41* 


1 IS, 182. 08 


1 


12,370.48 


1 


83,107.94 


IIS. 900, 566 45 


110,010,357,12 




EXPENDITURES 

Hospim] Contribution to Employees Retirement 






f 


.13* 


1 


SI. 448. 89 


110,082,340.71 

754,772.11 

138,387.38 

33,921.00 

13,843.18 


IIS. 083, 789 47 

754.772.11 

160.807.15 

85,185 08 

13,643 16 


Capita! Expenditures 


l,84o. 10 








21,573 67 
51,264.08 


Prepaid Insurance. 
















t 


2,848,10 


1. 


f 


.13' 


8 


94,288.84 


816,001,084.38 


118.088, 196.97 


COMMITMENTS OUTSTANDING JUNE JO, 1984 

Purchase Order Commitment! 










t 142.0811.07 


1 142.069.07 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND COMMITMENTS 


1 

J 


3.848.10 


I 


I 


.13' 


J 


94,288.84 


US, 143,133.43 


816,240,288.04 






UNENCUMBERED BALANCE JUNE 30. 1964 


3. 725. SI* 


t 18,181.88 


t 


lS.379.Sa 


1 


11, 178. 70' 


f 242,88*,ir 


f 229,908.92* 





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CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



Schedule III 
STATEMENT OF MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 





Monti of 
June 
ISM 


Total 

: 1 ii3 to 

:<i'«H 


PATIEN'l 

- of I'ublio Welfare.. 
AllGllier .. 


t »,sra ss 

4B. 1572. 27 


517.M1 03 








t SI2.fH4.oO 


f 1. 578. 374 58 


ram 

Auctioueere. ... 

Livestock Inspection 

Medical Records ( l ertincites 


1.00 

iiS2 DO 

4,140.00 


11.7R2 03 
IS X 

. 1 go 


Insurance Certificate! 


14. AMI OU 








I 6,011.79 


■7g.4B 


1 LLAHEOUB 

Sale of Swill and Junk 


f in. Ill 


1 I.KSIMWl 




Ml J J M.Od 


Kent — Buildinaa, , 


inn txi i.sas 00 


Student Tuitions. 


300.00 o.TOO.OO 




3,440.87 1 -:5.4U 








t 4,88o IB 


J 11 . 


Total MiAt:cllaiirout Income 

Commissions 1'aid Attorney foe CoUmtion of Psticutt Accu,. . . 


i 101,941 Si 


i 1 sss.asa n 


Due Suit* General Fund 

Transferred to J,oiiisi&na Htau* Treasurer 


f 101,007.76 


1 i,«7i,sso.m 








Balance Due .Slate Treasurer 


f 101 .007.715 


t 763,518 15 


REMITTED FOR 

Mental Uealiti Fund .... 

Dept. of i'uhlic Welfare 

AHOlbej 


f 49. 708.40 
45,372.23 
9,8(7.07 


t 510. os? >.i 

I.IW.M S« 




f 101, 067. 78 


5 i.i.t;. ...v. M~~ 


FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS 
G.l.Studftnti 


t 6.O0 
840.03 


t a 00 

a oa 

ui. as 


Total* 


t 840, S3 


t 70, 536. IS 







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REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEFARTM E N T 



43 



Schedule IV 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENTAL 
EXPENSES FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1964 AND 1963 



DEPARTMENT 



Adju in ijl rat ive and General 

Adruil tilgt Rooms— Clerical 

Traffic and Informal na 
ftw innHlai 
Parson [|>>I 

Hoapital bowline 
Houaefccepiiiii . . 
Maintenance 
Operation iif Phial 

Laundry 

Linen and Sewing Kuoma 
student Nurse* - Living Quarters . 
Internes, and Prof. Stddonta,..,. ,, 
Skiers LiviiiE Quarter! , , 

Other PenoBnel Qua? leu 

Dietary 

Medical and Surgical Can 

S urtini Service . . . 

Pivcbopathic 

I'iiouijooi 

Premature Inlant Tare 

While I'uhrrcuioHi Unit 

Colored Tuberculosis Unil 

Pediatrics -W. and C. T, B. . 
Central service. .... 
Nursing KtiurAiicsii - 
Itiijiuacv and Driiiis 
Medical ftcconl Library , . 
Social Service Deparimuii 

Kidnt 

Opera! ins Rooms 

Poliomyelitis ('enler 

DeJiTery Roomr- 

Anesthesia DeparlmenT 

Oaa Tlie r»|iy 

X-Rfty Djanooatie 

X-Ray Theraiieutir 

L»Warorie« 

Phjrairal Therapy 

Klerlrorardroitnipli 

BWBasi 

■ .cncrphaluKraph 

Lung SLatKin ....,.., 

Ambulance Service 

Emergency BooBM 
Conwery.. . 



Kipeiucr, 
Jam [DM 



5!,i!< 11 
12.1150 28 
39,677 83 
1,888 hi, 
■l.l.i I i. r , 
10,731 tO 
89,1511.62 
S7.J34 IB 
11,984 ml 
23.327 H 
8,47102 
3,138.00 

iwt n 

■1,1/31.45 
17,71 
187.755.07 
54,788 H 
203,838.07 
2h.057.B1 
21. Mil Oti 

ia,«so so 

80,447 33 
L5,eS4.0$ 

1,713 Hi 
59,033 4h 
24,137.0.1 
29,871.1! 
I>'..(25 55 
13,427 98 
275 84 
88,481 H 

B,4tB in 
17.S25.15 
20.188.08 

0,313,97 
157,233.53 
11,140.40 
41,104.12 

7.804.14 
10,371 21 
13,(01 u 

1.722 l.i 

1.802 74 
37.384 U 

6,460 48 

ts, no n 
m w 



I 1,440,307.00 



Bxparjei 

7 i/DJ >„ 
i, 30 8* 



679 
183 

117 

50 

50 

210 

797 

053 

Hi 

300 

95 

43 

38 

69 

3 

1,721 

2,404 
358 

212 
171 
253 
l-ni 
22 
CIS 

Ml 

550 

236 

160 

1 

082 
77 
217 
23) 
74 

(.'■'■■ 

108 
408 

too 

113 

154, 
21, 

n, 

1M 
H 

224. 
0, 



000 u 

,426. IK 
775 37 
fj',1.'. 12 

,884 U 
'.,11 5H 

,008 00 
748 55 
SB • 72 
734 04 
275.02 
.ill |g 

.51)7 12 
794 58 
7S14 34 
B» 80 
08 n 

008 H 

,578 in 

.503.95 

760.71 
tun Si 

m u 

040 87 
Hi 28 

528 70 

120 81 
012 58 
522 55 
107 38 
808 31 
707 81 

Tin 80 

li.t 2li 

887 72 

807 51 

7HI S3 
003.02 

on a 

179.31 



I18.83».5',l 58 



ElpWlBM 

7 I !,2 I., 
0,-30/63 



542 

145 

402 

61 

46 

177 

717 

831 

509 

188 

87 

58 

Mil 

69 
8 

1.0 1(1 

705 

8,188 

33? 
H8 

158 
239 
180, 

211 

503, 
232. 
531, 
220. 
103, 
3, 
617, 

77. 
2H5 
183, 

70, 

.',•)! 

120 

422 

M 

104 

III 
20, 

23 
434 
68 

■Jin 

4, 



,708.45 
75:. 83 
,858 M 

.671104 
741105 
808 '.'-1 
Ills 31 

,803 1 1 

1,564.40 
,160 SB 
,333 53 
444 DO 

550 S3 
,7,2s D 

,733 25 

.125 i,5 

..',.',, H 

.255 03 

.1.11 ll!l 

I8« 80 

,»J 83 

,242.7a 
,381 88 

,311 92 

,104.73 
,875 81 

.7:.; in, 
, 100 49 

,11 1 '( 112 
.UK,, (S 

.::«. u7 
,340 13 
,402 40 

,tt4 5s 

fin u 

,740.40 
II '4 Mi 
.097.70 
,141 10 
,037 OS 
,933 01 

551 17, 



114.704,287.80 



■Denote! Sod Fojona 

A-ScMulc 1V-A utij V 



ANALYSIS OF EXPENDITURES 



Schedule IV-A 





MONTH OF JUNE 


JULY 


,1963 TO JUNE 30. 1984 




Prim Yw'i 
Commitment* 


IMS-ISH 

Appropriation 


Tout 


Prior Yw'i 
CommiUDonli 


1963-1994 
Appropriation 


Toll! 


PERGONAL SERVICES 




t 899.250 07 
1,200.00 


f 898,290.07 
1,300.00 


t 


110,810, 239 95 
14,850.00 


110,610,238.98 
14,850.00 




f 


5 897,490.07 

f 154.11 

9 BO" 

24.006.85 

9,390,03 

2,040.6) 

1.290.94 

S. 230. 83 

13,031.78 

8,338.23 

84.62 


t 697,490.07 

t. 164 11 

9.00' 
24.006.86 
6.360 03 
2,049.51 
1,290.94 
5,230.83 
13,031.78 
8,338.23 
1,659 62 


t 


110,825,086.95 

S 1,583.90 

4,520.40 

287, 923. 10 

69,507 29 

29,070.26 

13,583.09 

16,763.38 

145.821.03 

99.015.22 

4,790.16 


110,825,086.95 


CONTRACTUAL SER\ 


t 


f 


t 1,583.90 






15.75* 
1,754.68* 

24.37* 

24.63 
1,704.55 

30.00 

8.504. 45 

701 !'l 

76.88 


4,594.74 






286,168.42 






99,432 92 
20,094.88 






15.287 04 
10.783.38 






192,325.43 






99,720.13 


Otter... 


f 1.S72.O0 


4,873.02 








f 1.572.00 


1 59,567.90 


f 61,139 90 


t 7,260.60 


8 693,573.01 


I 970,824.51 


TRAVELING EXPENSES 


f 


t 119.76 


t 119 76 




t 4,530 46 


t 4,630 49 


MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES 


t 


t 1.030 98 

157 25 

7,891,90 

26,742.18 

267,033.75 

18,578.41 

1,319.81 


t 1,630.03 

157.25 

7,691.60 

25.742.18 

274,406,37 

18.578.41 

1,319.81 


t 544.98 

6.24 

538.95 

6.45 

11.959.17 

1,057.97 

39.55 

1,256.91 

841.45 

95.80* 
1,948. 09* 


t 11.639.10 

3,008.96 

91,933.30 

281,179.48 

1,999,328.19 

93,539.61 

9,745,90 

45,486.89 

64,335.80 

595 -.7 

973, 470, 93 

27,844 74 


8 12.173.82 






3,016 20 






82.620.25 






281,185.93 




6.472.62 


2. 008. 284. 30 




94,697.28 






9,781.45 






46,743.80 






7,305.41 

42.67 

96.888.99 

3, 361. 58* 


7,395.41 
42.57 
96,891.70 
3.361,32* 


65.177.31 






H7 i.7 


Food 


3 80 
.14 


973,374.83 


Olior 


25.890*5 








f 8,475 M 


t 422,010 84 


f 42«,4M. 03 


t 14.198.16 


8 3,569.149.39 


t 3,583,347.55 



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RETIREMENT AND POAB EXP 

TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL EXPENSE. 

EXPENDITURES- ASSETS 
Equipment Purchue* 
Ai 



utorootive, 

BuilJin* *nd General Plant 

Household .-. 

Media] 

Offi« 

Educational and Recreational. 



Tot*! Equipment Purehaaee. 

Major Building Repairs 

Tot*J Capital F.ipendiiurM . 

DErERHED CHARGES 
1 'repaid Injuruce 



STORES 

' '™— fmrrnir Itiimi . 



Total Eijuudiliiree. 



•RedKfurei 
A-Sehedole IV and V 
B-Scbeduk II 



s.mi ■■•; 



s.oi; H 



62. IS2. 25 



I H2.I52 !i 



t 1,441,340 34 



sas.os 



485.00 



1.023,00 



1. 023. 00 



S.389.B5* 
176,528.03* 



I 1,260.484.60 



$ 1,440,397.00 



n 



4SSO0 



i.on m 



1.023.00 



i,ta SB* 



I 176,528 03* 



I 1.268.43J 32 



21,448.78 



2,572.10 
250.40 
4,310 28 
11,100.86 
3, 144 03 



S1.S73.67 



2,840.10 



24,419 77 



Bl.2U.08 



97,132.01 



I 7S4.772.ll 



119,817,112.82 



1,885.43 

P, 235. 00 
10,083 M 

84,010 19 
20,857 52 
3. 025.00 



f 132,987.38 



3. 400. 00 



I 130,387.38 



1 13,043.10 



33,921.00 



116, 001. 084. 88 



I TS4.T72.il 



115, 838. 501. 58 



7.567.52 
8,485,40 
14,380 23 
00,101.05 

:>U*n S5 
8,031 ix) 



I 184,581.05 



8,240 10 



t 160, 807. IS 



13,843.1GB 



Js5.lS5.08B 



116,098, 198, 9T 



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STATEMENT OF BUDGET BALANCES 





Allotment 
7/1/83 
6/30/64 


Expended 

Month of 

June 


Expended 
To 
Date 


Allotment Bsl. 

Before Coram, 

6/30/64 


Gamut. 
0/30/64 


Total Expended 

And CViiiri. 

6/30/64 


Allotment 
Balaares 
6/30/61 




flO.864.S5S. 00 
589,129.00 
8.500 00 
3,310,028.46 
758. (80.00 
169,384.00 
100.000.00 


f 837,190.07 

69,607. W 

110.70 

422, Ul ■ H 

1,023.00 

5,350 65* 
176, 528. 03* 


110,825 ,088. 05 

663,573 01 

4.630.46 

3,669,149 -to 

754,772 11 

132,387.38 

3,400.00 

13,043.16 

33,021 00 


t 39,778 05 
25,655 09 
3,069.54 

*, 007.50 
26.376.02 
08, 000, 00 
13, 643. 16* 
33. 021. 00* 


1 


(10,825,086.95 

007.389 15 

1.530. 10 

S.MB.Ml n 

751,772 1 1 

162,738.38 

103,400.00 

(43.10 

41,012.16 


t 39,778 05 




3,818 24 


21,739.85 




3,060.64 


Hoap. Cont. to Bci. Plra 


10,611.67 

19.751 m 
100.000.00 

7,991.16 


269,732 .01* 
4,007.80 
6,625 02 




3.40O.0O* 
13,043. 16* 


Stores 




41, 912. 18' 










I15,900.5«(I 15 


I 1,200,484.00 


116.001,064.36 


I 115, 080. 36' 


( 142,060 07 


116,143.133.43 


t 242,566. 88* 



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REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 47 

Schedule IV-B 

STATEMENT OF SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE 
APPROPRIATION FOR MAJOR REPAIRS TO BASEMENT 

APPROPRIATED; f 90,000,00 

FUNDS COMMITTED: 

Gerviis Favrot Co.. Inc. P. 0, 2123 I 30,168 00 

AuBiut Pcrcund Associate* P. 0. 2124 8.009.00 



} 38,160.(90 



t 4U.000.00 



UNCOMMITTED FUNDS AT JUNE 30, 1663 .. . | SllgM.OO 

FUNDS RECEIVED 

HND DISBURSED 

Aueuit Ptrci»ud Anoci&ta t 6,000.00 

Gervaw Fivrot Co., lnc 30,281.60 f 36,261.60 



FUND BALANCE AT JUNE 30, 1984 j 1.738.60 

COMMITMENTS OUTSTANDING AT JUNE 30. 1964 

Aupm Pent ind Associate) P. 0. C11-2I21 f 3,000.00 



f 3,000.06 



Schedule V 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF MONTHLY COST OF OPERATIONS 





Salaries 


Food 


Drugs and 
rtoginl 
Supplies 


Othrr 
OpanlinJt 
Kipmaei 


Hermir* k 

MtinteuDce 

Kir* mm 


Tottl 


No. ol PttienU 


Cart 
Put Fstjcnl 


1963 


P.tlfDt 

Diyi 


Dill. 

Titient 
VniVi 


Id- 

[':,!., HI 

Dm 


Hoi- 
hticat 
Visita 




f 897,689.00 
900,019 08 
899.114.48 
906,514.66 
906,861 .87 
903.219-57 

896.187.02 
901,551.47 
909.309.49 
904,069.21 
903,970.63 
897,490.07 


f 74,766.04 
84,388.42 
75.940 60 
86.844.38 
78.020.62 
77.593.88 

78,079.31 
84,027.44 
80,559.65 
81,311.49 
74,929.54 
96,891.70 


1 167,081.99 
196,147.11 
142,755.50 
174,783.05 
123,180.15 
122.662.86 

166,519.72 
138,424.63 
164.350 .96 
181,120 35 
150.056.36 
274,406.37 


t 144.183.30 
145,997.07 
140.768 98 
145.163 57 
131.459 60 
139,686.99 

112,925 14 
143,363.93 
160,392.14 
172,759.87 
160,097.77 
100,181.61 


t 24,424.40 
27.189.14 
29,097.99 
27,186.66 
14,524.43 
20.710.26 

26,813.36 

If,. Ill 13 

17,214.43 
14,159.79 
15,613.47 
20,427.19 


6 1,308. 135. B9 
1,35.1,741.12 
1,287,647.63 
1,340,682.21 
1.254.042 57 
1,263,963.34 

1.309,624.54 
1.184,271.90 
1.321,828.67 
1,353,460.71 
1,311.577.09 
1,449,397.00 


81,191 
62,732 
60,490 

lil.'tll 
58,286 
54.031 

69.797 
57.078 
60.480 
66,731 
57,902 
56,272 


f 53,496 
51.849 
47,529 
M.HI 
39.6113 
t»,8S4 

48.488 
43,977 
47.465 
52.104 
50.817 
63,967 


t 19.80 
20 01 
19.68 
20 07 
19.91 
21.43 

20.16 
20.63 
M H 

W 10 
21.00 
23.07 


t 1.81 




1.89 


Heplember 

October 


2.05 
1,78 
2.35 


Drwmber 

1964 


1.33 

2.00 
2.15 




2.04 


April ... 




Miy 


1.87 
1.90 




110,825,086 95 


t tn.iM.sa 


J 1,008,384 M 


1 I, 707, 669. 85 


1 264.245.59 


115,838,561.58 


ViJl.UII 


583.224 


t 20.73 


I 1.99 




68.35% 


6.14% 


12.68% 


11.10%. 


1.67% 


A 

loooo % 


B 


B 


B 


B 


6/30/63 


1 10 ,217, 454. 50 


t 966,049.17 


1 1,824.912.21 


t 1.439,027.90 


I 276,823.76 


114,704.287 40 


708,198 


506,873 


t 19.31 


t 1.91 




M MS 


6.60% 


12.11% 


'j US 


1.88% 


100.00 % 










lncI~^lI-D«c^o•^^l• 


t 607,631.46 


1 17.325.60 


1 183,372.15 


f 338,541.89 


I 12,578 17' 


f 1,134.293.98 


1,814 


10.361 


1 1.42 


1 .08 


Incnue-DwwMr' 


•1.14% 


•.36% 


.27% 


1 44% 


11% 


::". . ■■- 


■ - 


" 


== 


- 



a 
o 






•KedFiiu/ei 
A-Scludui« IV t4id IV-A 
I VI 



Schedule VI 
STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS, DISCHARGES AND PATIENT DAY COSTS 



PATIENTS REMAINING 

Jmit30, 1963 

Mmy 31. 1964 



ADMISSIONS 

Jum. h«M 

7/ 1/63 to 6/30/54. 



TRANSFERRED FROM OTHERS 

Junt, 1984 

7/1/43 to 8/30/44... 



PATIENTS DISCHARGED 

JumvIBW 

7/1/43 to 4/30/H.. 



TRANSFERRED TO OTHERS 

Jwt, 1964 

7/1/43 to 9/30/64 



PATIENTS DIED 
June, 1944 
7/1/43 to 4/30/44 .. 



PATIENTS REMAINING 
Ju»«30, tt«. ........ 



PATIENT DAYS 

Jm»30, IM 

7/1/63 to 6/30/44. 



DAILY AVERAGE No. OF PATIEMTB 

Jua«30,lSM 

7/1/43 to 6/30/64 



AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY DAYS 

June 30, 1944. 

7/1/43 to 4/30/M 



Tot»i 



1,787 

i.soe 



4,273 

52,392 



339 
4,834 



3,947 



339 
4,831 



28! 

3,016 



46.172 
708,111 



1.876 
l,«34 



i n 

1.1 06 



Gntatbw 



39 
67 



176 
3.007 



17 

319 



186 
1,869 



8 



s 

U9 



48 



1,680 
31.131 



58 

68 



80 
10.33 



Grnrnl 



1.331 



.1,809 
48,1)5!) 



366 
4,014 



3.491 

14,068 



»9 
1.346 



324 
3,616 



1,366 



41,308 
514.149 



1 .377 
1.404 



S 12 
10.67 



Poliomyolitu 





33 



1 
31 





22 



Premiture 
In fut 



Psychopathic 



32 
2.680 



H on 
m K 



SI 
67 



04 
1.928 



10 

73 



47 
778 



2 
U 



30 
308 



82 



2,159 
27.719 



73 
70 



14.11 
26.11 



148 

130 



162 
1,004 



12 
148 



174 
2.046 



8 
134 



ii 

17 



4,139 
61.216 



138 
118 



1.1. OS 
14.77 



230 

232 



383 



34 
328 



49 
440 



12 
17S 



61 
226 



'..'.■'-■I 
88,319 



332 
241 



2b M 
110 ss 



s 

o 
w 

►i 

O 

Q 
O 

§ 


H 

13 



s 

H 



Schedule VI (Continued) 



PERCENT MORTALITY 

June 30, 1»W 


4.41 
5.56 

60.97 
63.34 


3.64 
1.82 

42.42 
13.84 


4.42 

t'M 

as. 67 
70.26 



24.08 

1 44 

95. 8* 


19 50 
27.60 

59.97 
03.29 




,7g 

86.02 

n si 


1.12 


7/1/63 to 6/30/64 


7.50 


AVERAGE MONTHLY OCCUPANCY 

June, 1964 

7/l/tt to 6/36/64 


10.63 
42 30 



CLINICS 


MonlliofJune, 1964 


July 1,1993 to Juno 30, 1984 




White 


r„l.,r,.:l 


Total 


Wilts 


Colored 


Total 




13,132 
1.914 


33,726 
4,501 


47,158 

(,, 11.1 


149,415 
I8.S51 


3118,736 
10,410 


J18.115 
68.707 


Deduct: Emergency Room Patients Treated and Transferred to Wards 


15,046 
109* 


38,227 
IB"' 


ra.ra 

306* 


167,766 
1,317* 


419.146 
2.371' 


5813,912 
S.tjgs 




14,937 


36,030 


62,907 


166,449 


410.775 


na,M4 



PATIENT DAY COSTS 


Ava. Mo. Coat Fiscal 
Year 1982-1963 


Mont h of 
June 


Total 
7/1/63 to 0/30/54 


IN-PATIENTS 

Total Sen' ice Cost 


! 13, 682,084. 72 


t 1,348,587.21 


t 14. 680,171. 43 




1 19.31 


t 23. 97 


t 20,73 


0UT-PATIEKT8 VISITS 

Total Service Cost 


I 1,076,182,88 


t 100,809.73 


1 1.158,390. IS 








t l H 


t I H 


t 1.99 







a 

> 
g 

H 

a 
o 

> 



•Red Faiire* 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



51 



Schedule VII 
STATEMENT OF ADMISSIONS BY PARISHES 



Butt 


June 


7/1/63 

... :in. -i-..| 


Pariib 


June 


rnm 

8/30/84 


Acadia..., 

Allen 


IS 
] 

It 

59 
8 
2 




St 
3 
1 
3 

4 



194 



u 

IS 

l 
3 

22 
69 

358 
9 
23 
M 

1 

16 
1 
1 


101 

34 

794 

745 

118 

28 

4 

2 

It 

27) 

e 

11 

29 

2 

45 

2 

2,427 

12 

610 

130 

29 

2d 

199 

749 

4 

4,329 

79 

237 

1.027 

15 

6 

213 

I 

15 


Natchitoches, . 




2,393 

7 

58 

43 

22 

1 



34 
51 
7 
76 
71 
52 
14 

68 
73 

1 
88 

1 
12 

1 
91 


38 


25 

u 


12 
I8.8M 










797 






Boeaier 

cwa, 

Caleuicu 


Rapiuea 

n . 

Richland 


m 

1 

8 

7 

552 

747 


H 




72 


Catahoula 




852 


Onubom* 

Desoto . 

Ewt Baton Roue* 


Si. John the Baptist. 
St. Martin 


991 

417 

11)7 
423 


tin Carrott. . , 

Em Feliciana 




no 

869 
H 


Evangeline , , 


Franltlm 

Oram 

Iberia ..,.....,...,, 
Iberville. 




1.348 
10 
119 
21 






921 


JeftertKin. ..... 

JelTenon Davi*. ... . . 

i-afny ettc 

I.*f*Hjrdie 


West Baton Rouse 

Wen Carroll . . . . 
West Feliciana . 
Winn 


1 

415 

IS 

tn 




20 


Liln'ultl 


Other Sum. 

Foreign 

Unknown 






4,179 
H 
7 



81,87(1 




33 
5 






4.272 


82,392 



lata 



Jul/ 4.810 

August 4.978 

September 4,522 

October 4.848 

November 3,968 

December. . , 3.887 



I0M 



January 4,580 

February 4,185 

March ,,., 4,313 

April 4,155 

May 4,078 

June 4.272 



U.999. 



Schedule VIII 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES ON PAYROLL 










NUMBER OK EMPLOYEES 


MONTH OF J 1! KB, 1904 




Authorised 
7/1/83 


Additions! 

Autlioriied 

r». ;;u. u 


Aulhortted 
8/30/t4 


Actual on 
IV roll 
I ft N 


Increase 
Tram. 1 '. i ■ 1 1 > . 


Decrease 
True. lift. 


Actual on 
Ptyroll 

n,::l|'(il 


ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL 

Kiccutive Office , ,,,........ .... 


■ 

n 

ISO 

n 

10 
7 
3 


1* 

3 


7 
il 

in 

it 
it 

7 
1 


7 
44 

170 


12 
7 
3 




1 
3 




1 
4 


7 
44 






1 


IM 





















12 














7 














a 


TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL 


a 

17 

70 

SOS 

187 

ft 

120 

30 

It 

It 

ft 

m 

40 

m 

110 
77 
tl 

m 

67 

I 

103 

to 

27 
B 

M 


2 

II 
2 

i 

i 


270 

e 

10 
73 
300 
14 8 
49 
ISO 
30 
IS 

It 



201 

40 

880 

HI 

77 

60 

SB 

87 

7 

103 

H 

27 

H 
» 


243 

40 
20 

>,; 

301 

136 
44 

12 ■: 
38 
IS 
IS 


IS 
701 
108 
72 
87 
70 
82 
7 

ioo 

88 
24 
74 

32 




4 


1 


8 

1 
1 
1 
4 
8 
.... I 
4 


241 






48 






1 
4 
3 
7 
....... 




2U 








70 




1 




301 




138 


1 


1 


44 


Laundry .,*..**.. .....*.. 


i 


123 

37 




!• 




I 




IS 




1 


14 













Diellry Department 

Medical and Suriical Car* (Clerk*)) , 


2 

12 
1 


3 


8 

U 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 


2 


2 

31 
8 

1 
3 


302 
24 

no 




11)2 








73 




1* 
1* 




88 






71 






S3 


Pediatrics— W. k C. T. B. Pktieou 


r 






7 






1 
3 
1 
3 
S 




1 
I 


100 




1 




to 






H 






1 
J 


73 








39 



o 
s 
*> 
si 

H 
o 

IB 



1 



Kidney Stauon 


1 

in 

M 
61 
19 
12 

124 
23 

Mf 

n 

20 

n 
s 

5 
142 

20 

H 
2 


I* 


1 
1H 

B 

si 

IS 

12 

in 

23 
108 
32 
22 
20 
« 

e 

142 

is 
n 

2 


133 
21 
43 
IS 
12 

130 
21 
07 
22 
21 
24 

a 

4 
127 
IS 
S3 

2 














1 


s 


1 


S 


M 

21 


Ga» Therapy ,.,, 


I' 










18 
12 








3 




30 
2 
2 


114 
IS 


Physical Therapy 


] 

3 

1 




10 

1 

4 




US 

23 
21 






7 
1 
2 




1 
9 
3 


4 








J* 










It 








2 


TOTAL EMPLOYEES 


3.8*8 

323 
120 
277 
M 
30 

702 


78 


3,034 

333 
124 
277 
14 
30 


3, MS 

311 
113 

Bl 


U 


7 


IIS 


7 


126 

104 
S7 
Bl 


3,160 

an 








S2 















Dietetic Student* 










TOTAL OTHER PERSONNEL..... 




702 


MO 






52 


247 


250 


TOTAL ALL PERSONNEL 


1. til* 


78 


4,726 


1,118 


7 


118 


H 


373 


3,810 



Total Number of Employee* Authoriied 7/1/63. .. . 3 , 850 

Additional Authorised Month of June. 1064 7S 

Number Df Employee* on Payroll 6/31/64 

Add: Xo. of Employees Employed during June 

Lev: No. of Employee* Releaaed during June 

Number of Vacancies, 

Labor Turnover ..,.,,,..., 

•RtdFtfiua 



3. Soil 
118 



3, AM 

126 



3,834 



3.560 



374 
3.42% 



ft) 
P) 
TJ 
O 
ft) 
►3 

O 

> 
O 

n 
o 

CI 

H 



d 

M 

> 
X 
H 
2 
W 
% 
►3 



Schedule VIH-A 



RESIDENTS AND INTERNES ON PAYROLL 





NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 


1 

MONTH OK JUNE, 1664 




Authoriied 


Additional 
Authorized 


0/30/64 


Actual mi 
Tavrull 
j SI M 


ItH-rasQ 


Decrease 


Actual on 
r»)Toll 




Trans, 


Kii.|». 


Trans. 


Rel. 


RESIDENTS 


333 




;<,;t;t 


277* 
8" 








01 
8 
5 


ISG* 








18'* 
















3 # * 








TOTAL RESIDENTS 

INTERNES 


333 
ISO 




333 
139 


311 
105* 








104 

49 


207 








S3 


ft 




















8" 














139 
461 




12 'j 
464 


113 
424 






o 

52 


87 
102 


4 








211 



a 
o 

03 

H 



s 



■Paid by Charily Hospital 
••Does not recent pay 



STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL BUILDINGS 



Schedule IX 



Main Hospital Building 

Student Nurses Home 

Atubulan<:c House and Garage 

Laundry Building 

Power Souse and in Plant- . . 
Warehouse and Incinerator 
New Warehouse Bldg. 
Contagious Patients Bldg, 
Cotmtd and Enclosed Passages . . . 

Dibert T. B. Memorial Bldg 

Prof. Students Home— Ttilane Ave, 

Pabt Shop. 

Machine and Woodwork in* Shop. . 
White and Colored T. B. Bldg. 

Colored T, B. Building 

Latpeyre-Miltenberger Bldg 

Sister* Horn? 

Mais Internes Home 

Tool House 

Dilbert Radiation Center 

Total 



B Mi it! 



,780,717.81 

.OM.sili :i3 

113,071. IS 
2-i!I.S. r ii OS 
31,019.38 
599,538 7B 

316,101 93 

4,330.38 

464,520.00 

134,790 a 

m.tbo a 

97,372.40 
70,829 41 
IW.25i.53 

m,ii*M 

231 ,379. !)0 

458.340 75 

1,400.88 

201,028.73 



I15.M3.44I Oil 



7/1 nto 

t SO/64 
Mdraou 



t 92,988.33 



2.-1AM m 

21,531 13 

6.J02 .45 



58t 43 

14.250.00 



5.700.00 



S.H22 (.J 

2, i.iu on 



Total 



110,873 

1,0(18 
172 

355 
31 
MA 
318 

4, 

485, 
151 

44 
103 

74, 
1M 
399, 
2.33, 
458. 
I, 



701 if 

,848 ■■> 

m 82 

802 25 

m ii.t 

,019,30 

,m n 

101.89 

339.38 
056.49 
042.23 
780.13 
073 M 
031 41 
111 63 
967.08 
839.90 
3 Ml T5 
HH 80 
828 71 



t 150,541.05 (115.818.682 14 



RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION 



6^0 03 



I 4.t!»l 

SOS 
87 
58 

114 
SI 
11 

241 
3 

345 

7 
27 
52 
ll« 
244 
151 
HO 

18 



.160.15 

,412.52 
,045 14 

,083.78 
,010 35 

A 

,2'll IS 
.IIX.MS 

,578 01 
840 27 
152 DO 

,711 .It 

,H8 |( 

,m as 

,310 78 
,001.84 

,251.1! 
,697 71 



t 0.721. 609, 21 



7/1/83 to 
5/30/84 



217,474 I.I 
21 ..'till. "C! 

3,451.27 

■ 

H2i i 39 
ii/, ii ,',:, 
6.322.04 
80.70 
9,301.13 
3,030 M 

885.72 
1,051,41 
1,638.59 
3,325.02 
7, Win :w, 
1,571 BO 
9,184 SI 
28 02 
8,232.57 



t 316,379.83 



Total 



t 4,716,6.14.28 

524.819.46 

91,396,41 

61,285.14 

1 19,202.89 

31,130 78 

33,081 lis 

347,613.17 

3,085 17 

884,880 04 

I 111, W7. 11 

8,047.72 

29,812.61 

.'.1.1(17 US 

118,638 39 

L'.',2.',i.i r,l 
155,981 98 

U',(.nis iu 

1,279.13 
20,930.28 



t 7,038,079 St 



9 

H 
13 
O 

w 
►3 

o 

> 
a 
a 
o 
d 
z 
4 

i— i 

x 

a 



> 

9 

3 
M 
X 



Schedule X 



STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 



Msin Hospital Build inn 

Student Nuiss Horn* 

Professional Student! Home 

Laundry BuildtnR 

Power House snd Ice Plait 
Midline »nd Woodworking Shop 
Contagious Psticnts Bids.. 

DibertT.B. Building 

Lgneyre-Millenberger lildrt. . 
Woit*»nd Colored T. B. Bldg. 
Colored Tuberouloiis Bid*. 

Kitten Home ,. 

Warehouse Bldg. 

Tool Home 

Kencaud PivcdWmllu. 
Msle Interne* Home. . . . 
Automotive Equiinnntl. . , 



Total 
0/30/63 



t I.MS.fiOS 2« 
119,934.86 
1,476 M 

tn.sn.M 

846,3f.l.lll 
45,226 62 

n.ut n 

76.350.S6 

60.743.40 

6.655 3-1 

38,380.33 

11, mil 22 

M.TSJ HI 

8,759 44 

J,M8.93 

29,757.89 

h.su w 



I 5,897,935. OS t 223,861.20 



Additions 
7/1/63 U> 
6/30/64 



tH 



W 



n«7 



it 



I 14.933.10 



Deletions 

jn/tsic 

I :i(i ni 



17,031 



h.mq ii 



Bl 



Total 
t/M/M 



I 4,436,158 48 
119,934.86 
1,476.84 
250,856.16 
846.353 19 
51,160.76 
jfi.ISS 27 
76. 350. 56 
60,743.40 
5,655.33 
36,390.33 
15,155 25 
33, 31". 22 

», fill. 4i 

7,588.93 
29,757.89 
55,059.23 



I 0,089,836.14 



RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION 



6/30/64 



t 3,194,164.71 
119, 931. 86 
l,4T8 H 
250,858.16 
fttt.tOO 12 
12,888 n 
M.7W tl 
"6.350.58 
150,743 40 
5,655 33 
10,930 H 
14.500 72 
7,418.01 
2,910 42 
7,588.23 
29,757.89 
31,678.82 



f 4,780,010.29 



Additions 
7/1/63 to 
6730/64 



443.616.84 



1.243.07 

S. 115 07 

635.64- 



3,638 03 
Ml U 

9,231 72 

S7SW 



7,036 !»• 



t 450,713.37 I 5,230,723.66 



5/30/61 



I 3, 639, Oil 65 
1111,1134 86 
1,478.84 

m.tu io 

84C, 3i8.lt 

lit, not Hi 
W.Ut 27 

n.sH h 

60,743 40 
t,GH .-.i 

u,m h 

II.1H U 

10,649 73 
3.788.3II 
7, 58ft. 93 
29, 767. KB 
24,642.63 



= 

5 

►4 

H 

o 
w 

a 



Red Figure* 



CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 



Schedule XI 



M3T0M01 1 1 " j 

1 1SW3 4 Door Puaeacer Ford Station Wa*ou Sedan. 2*0 11. P 

2 1964 PoWmkb 4 Door Amblewanon. Complete 

Lew: Sale of Surplus 1V50 Ford Ambulance, Sf rinl No, 0951(288807 

Sale of Surplus 1W7 C&tiillne Ambulance. Serial No. 578803 1 
Partial Payment on HHU Arrjblewa^on from Trust Fund 



BU1LD1NU AND GUN KIWI, PLANT 
10 Safeway Steel Scaffold inn, 1ft, hij(U 4 It. Wide Completa 

1 Kenco Submersible Pump. Model 110 Automatic Heavy Duty 

Furnishing and Installation Inlercommuuicai ion System, 12th Floor 

I Smith A ir Compressor, Model No. P-75 

L*si: Trade In 

1 H»»t Duly Industrial Cleaner. Gasoline Power With 1 11. P. Knstuic. Clark Litter Vat. Model CLU-atJG 

.\-ftay I ilm Morase Metd ShelvinK 

2 Tarn tieiier Unila, Model 3SSH, 1/30 H. P. Constant Speed and 125 lbs. P8IQ Steam CoS 
1 West™ Bottle ftf-ll-SB Brocue Fitted Pump ... 

Eteetrfc Low Lilt Platform Truck. 30 in, by IS in. Lift 1000 lbs. and Rectifier CTiarwr 
1 Masonry Saw With Blades „ 



1%2-1(W3 
Appropriation 



2.872. 10 



2,672.10 



2S0 10 



1B03-1W4 
Appropriation 



7,078 88 
107.80" 
».«■ 

L'.OUO UU* 



J,5rttl.J0 
422.20 



I 



HOUSEHOLD 

S Jakes, Model I l7U-ha Huljber Tuts Ptstfmw Trucks -1.1NJ0 lbs. Cap., ay 

5 Ton General Electric Air Oonditioiw Unit Installed. 

Savory Gas Toaster, Model PO With Reitulntot 

I t, Gnwral Elect™ Refriietator . 
Kooru Air Conditioner, Fedderi l*,500 BTU 
Room Air Conditioner, Fedden 10,000 BTU 
Boom Air Conditioner, Carrier 8.500 11 i I 

Emerson Fans, 12 bi 

Vertical Pood Mbthw Machines-Uobart. Model M-802 With Accessories 
Deep Fat Fryer, Model 2-I5S. 55 lbs. r»|*jt), Frymmer 



Griddle and Stand, 32 ft. by 72 in. Grymutcr . 

Steam Table, S«o Model DMG-6HS, Natural Gas Stainless Steel Fans 



Table, Royal No. 215 
Settee, Royal No. 13a 



250.40 



155.00 
K! BO 

233 00 

irt.w 

380.00 

m on 

202.00 

130 12 

1,978.00 



4.8115,42 



210.60 
2.3S0.OO 

■j, in 66 

240.00 
818,40 
178.00 
131.00 
3,183.10 



<i.235 00 



2.273 so 

m i<) 

ML 00 

740.00 
11.90 

53. SO 



Trturt 
Funds 



120 24 



ISO M 



C 

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Schedule XI (Continued) 



CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 



6 
1 

5 
1 

2 
I 

1 

1 
2 
3 

too 



Side Chairs, Royal No. 836 

KeH-inalorRetrnteralor.Scu.ft ...... .....,... v ... 

Flow Puiwhine and .Scrubbing Mutinies, 20 in. llofcorostte, Model Mark XX. . . 

Unitray Cart ritiarubauKli 

Friedrirfi Raalinc Air Condition inn Unite. Mode! No. :>524Z. 

rSilfnrm Truck Aluminum 2H in. by 18 »,. Model No. F-312-H 

GE Electric Refriseraior. II cu. ft.. Model TA21IY. . . ■. 

b 2 Ton Room Air Conditioner 

Refrigeratoni • 

Emerson Fan. - 

Fiberglass Chain . . - . 



MEDICAL 

I American Albee Orlbopcdit Slid fracture Table with Accessories 

1 Bard Parkerreese I in. Drrniatone Complete with Stand and Case - 

2 Ueidbrink <Hyttn lent. Model 25 With .Humidity Vabnojiier . . . . v - :: ■■ y--i;™ 

- Sh'ielde E-J0I8 8 Trunnion Shield and 1 iorurantfJ Head, H-858 I or Internationa! Model Hh Ctatnfuje No. 3460 . . ...... . 

Texas 8 RG Rotameter *Uh &»o« Kettle Dillon Gauge, Adajian Stale Calibrated for Oxron Ihrminh Kett e .. One Blood 
Blood Premure Baumanomottr Built in, fine Negative, One Positive Ban Pressure Gauge With Adaptor Circle Adeotier 
hi : Drop Cup. 
1RM 1 l.KG and BEG Esplo 

"luScaTlmnerW IncubaWf Reich in Wii I Ic, Doors, Model 702, Work inn Chamber :i ft. by 2 in.. . 

Serafuse Complete With Bare and Sero Tubes CI -lt'l»i • ■■ • • --;■■ ■ 

Cotorimeter Module, Complete. 10 MM Flow Cell With Recorder, 2 Trap Stacking. Clip, for Colorimeter 

Solution Warming Cabinet Wilmut Castle, 3200 Steam Real Manual Central . . 

Cause Cutter- ......... ; - • < ■ 

SeP«U*!s1 o' b *B*l£hta£ IsLlOi ip Adding Model. la'imUeight Vanity fop With itkro, .,,,,1 Stainless Steel' 

Tray Royal 2M7-8 

Stcf I I Tubular Metal Folding Chain :••••', ,., .. V .,, ,, . , n i i u ihi>'| 

Vector System Conakinit Smbr.ni Mo U HUM S-Vw> Soon* Amplifier Ved i ttt Packard Mode I IMA 

SoMStSorn I' S IM-in2 Franl Lead s.l*-tor Bcw Saabcm P/N 1SI-1W 8*toiUBf**ctot Boi. Haabora P/N UU-191 

H c )„ NMU jjeltmitt Lead Cable 

[ntenunoni. M IIMtJVefti 



10 



2 
5 

I 
1 
1 
4 
I 
2 
10 

:i24 



1982-1903 
Appropriation 



4,318.28 



1.030.00 

llj HI 



1S63-1664 
Apprnpriaiion 



101.40 

151 55 
1,894.00 
1,715.00 

77*1 00 

11'- Til 
121 65 

■llii 35 



10,08) H 



i,8SJ 00 

38*00 






18,110.00 

i,tm <m 

722.00 

1,250 00 

'j l SO 

3,257.30 

3.172 «t 

275 00 

1,938.00 

m m 
L.6W ao 



2. 301. SO 



Trust 
Funds 



sit n 
its sa 

1,206 BO 



1,873.36 



4 
> 

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I 



34 Bed* ate Cilmwu, Met. I, llemht 33 m. No, 103 
2 Altematine f'resjure Poini Pada Complrte 
2 Porto-Lift Hydraulic Pump, BOO Iba. C«pMity tv 
RudioiMler PH Circulation Thermostat 



1 



i Valve*. 



1 International Model H N Centriluee Will, Cushions. Trunnion Cop 

I Projectors Acuity B and h Flow Stand, Model With 2 Glides 

"plosion Proof Model Tomkin* Portable Kotary Compressor. Sklar 1 00-10 

Lees; Trade In Bennett 

Dual Purpose Examining Lamp , . , , , , 

Alternating Pressure Point* Mattnam .. 

Em merson Pleural Suction Pumps, Model 65-JS. . 

Gomco Electric Aspirator Complete . , 

Birtrlier 770-l-B!«tro*ectilis Complete 

Moorehead Model IONT Treatment Unit, Eiplosion IW, Sklar 100-107 " 

Incubator, Model 1237. Width 28 in,, D— 21 in.. 11^80 in., 115-230 Volt* 

1 Harrell W rist Action takers. 16 Side Arm Capacity Glassware 53 in. by 11 in by 12 in 

2 Uyi»-Hy(*r I lie rmia Units With Larue Bottom and Toil Blankets 
can Steriirwi (Wral Operstine Tables, Model 1080 



gal i.i 

$30 (Hi 



"lSISth '^'."j 'i fi '.''T^StuTv'i %«* Svttein'for jacabc*' and Selector SwftdMa'j in! 23 iupni Selector Poini* 



AO Ovimeter* lllunliiu " t ' r Wil11 Automa,i!; a <-v- * " n J '>(* Will. 32 Watt Incline Fluorescent f abei ModeTs30MM 



I-- 00 
ITS HI 
17500 
100. (Ml 

2^; 13 
783.00 

2;::i.75 



m do 

22. SO 
203.37 
422.80 
104.40 
2,130,00 



IH 00 




Hll '.17 








2,880.00 








Armstr&ng Incubators 

Model 100 Mobile Electrocardiograph Machine*. . . ..,...........,' 

llalsey Mobile Illuminators ...........,." .i 

Alternating Pressure Point Pads Complete. . \ 

Steriliser . ,, , ., 

Adams .Sera-ruga and Matching Safety Rack*. . . 

Marstere Incubator 

International Circular M irro^Capiilary Tubes' '.!!..'." '.'.'.','. !""""" ] 
Furoish and Install Twhnicon Autoanalywr Complete with Holder Plate and Cover Plat*' ' 

Fester Nuraery Ferule Refrigerators 

Incubators 



11,190.85 



til 00 



332.50 

2,200.00 

259.00 

i.tta ihi 

I. M2L' mi 
0,970.00 
11,957,37 

an on 

785,00 
3,200.00 
417 00 
77S00 
09 00 
7,065.00 



84.910.10 



705.84 
3,830 83 

721.02 

2 :■. i n 

5«0 us 

24*91 

126.07 

ISO. 48 

11,209.50 

2,17d mi 

2,530.00 



22.681.80 



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Schedule XI (Continued) 



CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 



OFFICE 

1 Emerson Model C-211 Air Circulator With Pedestal 

Fmeraon Fin, Model GLlfll ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ • ■ ■ - • - 

Secretarial Desks, Metal 00 in. by 30 in., nrop Leaf Carriage. [Heekase H02SL 

Odhner Electric Adding Machine, Model EM 

Lees: Trade In— Victor Adding Machine Serial No. 008773-7-60 

Verticil File Cabinets. Metal Siie A Dreoer, Grey ^; v vl .--., t.. 

Vertical File f 'abinei*. Metal. Letter Sue With Loek, Anderson Hiekey No. 1751LTL 

Royal Manual Typewriter, Standard 1 1 n. Pica Tyiw 

Less; Trade In— Smith Carona I A 14'13SW I 

Dictaphone Transcription Unit, Model TB-7 . . . . ... „ 

Lea: Trade In— Dictaphone Transcriber. Model 1TW, No. 2«BI2, 

1 Heavy Duty Duplicator Hand Operated Ditto Machine, Mode! D-80 

Less: Trade In— Ditto Machine. Model 1 1D-I3 

St«l Transfer Cases, Letter Siie, No. 13WS-R 

RCA Seiotirttc High Fidelity Tape Recorder. Cat HF-25 

Ditto Electric Duplicator, Model D-SI and Cabinet 

Flat Top Desks. Drawns Bmh hides With Center Drawer. Grsy 

IBM Electric 'typewriter. Standard 13 in. Elite Type 

Lea: Trade In— ReminiElon Rand Manual XU-2Mil-l] 

IBM Electric Tj newtilerc, Model 721 ... 

Royal Standard Manual Tvpevcriters. 11 in. Elite 

ReminRton Rind Statidarn Typewr iters, 11 in,. 

Electric Typcwriters-17 in. Klite 

Trade In-Underwood No. S-5.Wi:i2-H . 
Remington No. 2-605S5O-11 

Royal Manual Typewriters 

Trad* In- Underwood No, T-MM 

Batnttfton No, J-2S2Wt2 .. 

Underwood Typewriter, 1 1 in. Manual 

Trade In-1 Underwwxl No. U-7VBMM.. 

Odhner Adding Machine 

Dictaphone Time Master Dictating Machines. Model P-7 and 2 Transcribing L'nil*. 

Trad* In— 2 Transcriber Dictating Machines 
Model 8010(1 No. 21 
Model W>m No. 207CM . 

Vcrifii Copeir and fa] n 

So. m» Boulerard Sernslanil Bnk, Walnut, Win. by 32 in. 

Farjl Calnilatofi 

-f tnual Dak*. Mi in. by XI fa.. Gray, Plastic Ton 



24 
1 
1 
2 
I 

3 
5 
6 

2 




H 

s 

3 



OFFICE (Cont'd.) 

Sitflet Verifnj Cotier ud Cabinet. . 

piecl Craire, No. Si 

File Cabinet*, 9 Drawer, Double Compartment V 

l.ntlrrnood Addini Maehinr 

Trade In— Bunotmla No. 9-A-225f ", 

Cabinet, 66 id. by 22 in. With Casters 

Etoelrie Typewriters. Elite Tvpc, 11 in. 

Leas: Trade In— Remiopon Rind .So. J-2317347-l 

Reminelon Rind No. J-25.17785 

Royal KMG-4312737-11 

Royal KMO-285743 4-11 

Royal KMG-4082IW0-13 

IBM Electric Typewriter, Siicnet No. 11 Pitch Type. 13 
Trade lo— Underwood Manual No. ll-ML287« 
Underwood Electric Typewriter!, 
Scriptor, 20 in. and 13 in. 



L*«8:Trade I u— Underwood, Serial No. 11-688770. 
Underwood. Serial No. 1 1-0824354 



I Smuh Corona Electric, Elite Type 18 in. 
Trade In- Underwood No. 796.1153-15 .. 
I Underwood Manual Typewriter, II in. Elite. 
1 Royal VI an Dal Typewriter, 1 1 in 



1 


"iSo'M 


■ 


70.00 


t 


2,070,00 




IS 00 




20.00 




22.50 




17.50 




U.M 



iv-, no 
l» .',11 



\*a: Trad* In 

Remimtlon Rand No. J-24334W 

Royal No. KMM-12-2o729*7. 
Underwood Manual Typewriter!, Mandard 1 1 in. Pica 
I mi '.Trade In 

8 Underwood Manual Typewriters . . . . 

4 Remington Rand Typewriters 

Underwood Siandard, 11 in. . . 
Leas: Trade In 

1 Underwood Manual Typewriters 

2 Royal Manual Typewriters ... 
Underwood Electric 13 in. i'iea Typewriters 
Trade In— Royal Manual 

IBM Electric 13 in. Typewriters, Sienet II 

Type 

Trade In— IBM Electric No. 1 1 -0365 1 

•Smilli Corona, 2W414L5 114741 

TabulatiM Card Files. 20 Tray Drawer No. 1380-13 

KDrawer Double Compartment File Cabinet, Sin. by 4 in. Cards, Grev. Anderson Hides' 104IHB1 
Carryall Cleanaw Carte. Kinnel Grey. Model 4-BH and Bag. 
Rotary Printing Tape Caleulaior, D 24, 10 Key Olivetti— One 



37S 50 
So. 00. 
10.00. 



J 1.088.70- 



50.00 
140 00 



414 00 
15.00 



717.71 

N oti 
60 00 



400 60 
M OH 



-t 2,109.00 

MOM 
140 00 



030 00 
00.00 



MM H 
40.00 
45.00 



341 H 



224.52 
33^00 



H 5)1 
B7 71 



1,072.50 
"'3M;o6' 



597.75 
374 .60 



313 50 



1,080 US 



898. 70 



720 50 
508.00 

1.14 55 
07U.20 
4*5.00 





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Schedule XI (Continued) 



CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 



] Mela! Kile Cabinet 

f Typewriter Stand 

I IBM lite'-. ri' : typewriter 

.1 Armless Cliairn 

1 MallinrBph Marliin* . . 

:t Oik Chain 

I Federal Portable Microfilm Reader. 

t AddresscrKraph Complete 



EDLFCATIONAL AX U RECREATIONAL 

t Instructor's Desk, Base Cabinet, Hamiliuu l'wlmani, 4 fViitei Tables Willi Gas Jet«, 4 i 

SUMMARY Appropriation 1982-1063 1 21,57.1(17 

AppraprBtioB 1963-1964 132,*B7.a* 

Sub Total (Schedule IV-A) t IH.6G1 OS 

Trust Funds ..... 69,300. IS 

t Z23.S01.2fl 



1962.1963 
Appropriation 



3,144.03 



1(163-19*4 

AjHTOprkiiall 



(0,867 ta 



3, mi oo 



Trait 
Funda 



109.70 
20 ,W 

08.94 

:i,573.02 

SO 00 

loo oo 

■10,024,51 



44,424.73 



n 

> 

E 



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STATEMENT OF UNEXPIRED INSURANCE 



Schedule XII 



Policy 
rf saber 



SC-EK-WOt-001 

AC-7MB-91 

It! -22 » 

7604296-A 

OLS-1-51-38 
WC-6WWO0 
26-28-675A 

F-280-2871 
A-077-314-A 
El 1-2283-99 

BM-70I7U 

507^7-W 

JF-l'JOU 



Description 



ve— Bodily Iajury- and Property Damage 

Aniwimtur — Comprehensive, Fire, Theft and Collision. 

Comprehensive -Glass Breakage 

Depositors Farjtery Bond 

F.levator— Bodily Injury 

Employees Workmen Compensation 

i"! Fidelity Bond B 

Buildincs and Coil tenia. Fire and F.itended Coverage . . 
Rental Properties, Fire and Ku*-nded Coverall 

Money and .Securities. Burglary and Messenger 

Owners, Landlord and Tesnint Lability 

Boilera and Machinery 

Puhlic Official, Honesty Bond 

Radium Floater 



I :■' r£l | || 

Date 



4/10/35 
:■■■ 2i.-.;5 
1U/20/04 

7/17/66 
B/l I 

a \m 

11/ 1/60 
7/ 1/66 
4/10/67 

1. B 61 

2. l/« 

■i it. 67 

B 17/(3 
7/81/M 



Premium 

Uiie\[iired 
0/30/63 



1,062 ft 

I.Sf.T li 
172.56 



27] 30 

"'80^27' 

220.10 

1,128.3! 

I..;; I i.ii 
51.87 
19 00 



f 30,772.78 



taflninni 

Twm >-";ir 
1963.1984 



J, MS M 

l.7i:i M 

817 69 

18.24 

3,15015 

15,820 90 

:'ii sa 

18,121.85 

23.76 

150 72 

2.584 IT 

241. « 
227.68 



f oil, 507. 29 



Premium 
1 naxpind 
6/20/64 



1.702 57 

1,351 28 

172. M 

36.45 

27.72 

25,790.41 

2, -si 69 

"6s\oi 

76.38 
B,0M I 

3,1114.77 
60.41 
18.69 



t 44,418.04 



64 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

Schedule I 
ENDOWMENT FUNDS 
ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN TOTAL FUND BALANCE 



TOTAL FUND BALANCES, JULY 1. 1963 

Prinrip.1. , | 3,363,061.7* 

Income „. 831,352.88 t 3,994,414,62 

Totml lawn July 1, 1063 In Juue 30, 1964 iSchodultVj 298,048.41 



Tot«lAv»u»b]e Fundi t 4,293,361.03 

Lese; 

ToUIF.ipmdituHsJulyl, 1963 to June 3D, 1964 (Schedule VI)..., 277, 147. S3 



I 4.018,213 SI 



FOND BALANCKs, JUNE no, 1864 

Principal (Schedule III) ,t 3,190,165.96 

Income (Schedule IV) 820,027.54 

TOTAL FUND BALAXCE JUNE 30, 1964 , f 4,016,213.51 



A-Srlwdul. IV 
B-ScliedulcIII 
D-tiehedule V 
E-i*hedule VI 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS— STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 
St. Bernard Bank & Trust Company 



Schedule II 



TRUST FUND ACCtli: SIS 



Children's Bed Endonnunt Fund 

Dilirrt Fndo* meat Fund.., 

Henden-'uii 1'iiinj 

Mrliurney Fund, A If \ ina Bv. . . . , 
Milliken Meniurial Fund , 
Ijirrfvrt:- M ilTinbereer 

mat Endowment Fund 

SUuf er-Eaitu « k FuDd 
Thilborfjer legacy , Luuiae B. . 
Weil, Emanuel L. and Clarice. . 
Wiener Donation, Kdward. . . 
Lenin Lcwcy, Noeuii If. 
Maiaa lefnwy, Dt. Rudolph 

Myrtle April Boudreaux 

Appkgite. Alice It, 
HtKxizut Fnundat ion . 
Krauss Memorial, Ap.lr 
Sundry Donations. R<artjk:t«d. 
Social Service Fund . , 
Aliiaon Legacy, Mary Ann. ..... 

Liem Leaicy. Marie H. 
Sundry Donation*. Unrestricted . 
Graf Legacy, Catherine A., . 
Own Riviere 
T-nrou Legacy, Cora 



I'etty 
Caili 



IOU.O0 



f 150. DO 



Special 

Fund 

AeooiiKita 



7, 3 CI 9'J 



7.601 SO 

1,800 IS 

22, SSI IS 
1.196 US 

7,188.33 
1,349.99 

J, 980 ,. : 

150 IK) 

35,279 06 

271 .36 

93! 79 

1,341 04 

1,773 77 



t II 1, 3.10. 80 



lliiln idiuil 

Fund 
Am ouaia. 



•M"i a 

as. 421. 8(1 

4,958J4 
0,830.48 



734.49 



2. aril 71 



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DISTRIBUTION 



Total 



9,1*0 l.i 
38.421 8tl 

7,309 N 
36,00" 73 

7. Ml SO 

4, ess. 14 

1.80H.I5 

7. I'll) IS 

22,481 46 
1,348 H 
J, 3+8 M 

715.49 
Sti i I Hi 

; 188 53 
1,389.99 

2, vso.es 

150 00 
36,171 M 

271 ::>i 
HI 1.79 
4.241.01 
3. 772 .77 
It, 179,93 
2,264.76 
1.793.97 



212,781.49 f 



f'r inipiii 



10,883.00 
5,097. 98- 



590.64 
1 ,349.98- 

874. ID 
1,446 ><■' 

31500 



511 15 
H (6* 

6,8111.12 

fin 21 

2.786.29 

ISO i»j 

30,279.00 

971.3* 

171 IS 

120.91* 

9,4109 34 

7,083 97 

1,339 is 

1,285 53 



■HedFUjura 
A-8ctoduls 111 

rUeVhedilk-IV 



07.473 81 
A 



Lnaoma 



1.602.90" 
4:f,«9.87 
7,398.99 
36,006.73 
6.910.88 
1.308 13 
1.331 us 
8,477-31 
33.1M M 

1,249.9* 
2,349.60 

I'll 3.1 

33S tl 

3611.41 
1,103.73 

194.34 



758.01 
4,361 98 
9,(36 W 
5,696.95 

941.48 
607 64 



145,307.06 
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ENDOWMENT FUND— PRINCIPAL BALANCE 



TRUST FOND ACCOUNTS 


Cash 


Bonds 


Stocks 


Treasury 
Bills 


Notes mud 


Real 

Estate 


Total 


ENDOWMENT— PERMANENT FUNDS 


f 10.883.09 
5. 097.98* 


t 22, 70ft. 57 
l f HM><'.>.14 


t 

62,000.00 


t 251.23 
302,223.59 


1.. 


t. . 








85,0110.63 

8.000,00 

108,833,33 

250,000.00 


1,018,188 88 






11,000. oo 














106,* 












250,000.00 


Milliken Memorial road 

L>jW}re-Milleabrr«er r'uiid ...... 


560,64 
I ,349.98* 

574.10 
1,446.86* 

315.00 


SO. 113. Ml 

1411,858.81 

3,505.43 

183.621.60 


118.46 


68.1H2 75 




51,004.54 
202,108.84 






1,078.53 




5.207.50 


43.731,64 






281,116.88 






11,185.00 


11.800.00 




18.800 00 






15.800 00 












JiiO.OO 


01,200.00 


Lawn Legacy, Si.' M. 

Metafl LeKai-y, Dr, Rujd|«ti. 


Ml. 15 

60. 6CT 






2,1<81.18 




3,522.33 


25,056 65 








21.IU8.89 














t 4. BIS .50 

I 6,8111.12 
2,786 29 

loll 1*1 

H 2] 

271.36 
173.13 

36,27(1,06 


I 2,058,663 20 
t 


t 83, 155.410 

I 


f 403,130.311 

S 158.30 
1,881.18 


I.... 


t 47il.6O8.0O 
f 


t 3,029,507.01 


PRINCIPAL FL S n<— RESTRICTED 


f 

1,650.00 


8 6,977.5! 
7,417.47 




150.00 




10.037.52 










10,103.73 












171.31. 


Uejtey, Mary A 






8,200. D7 






8,374.15 
36,704.00 






iss in 
















f 14,545.22 


1 10. < 


t 


t 11,340.51 


t 2,075.00 


t 


1 60,988.28 



2 
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I'MNCIPAL HINDS— UNRKSTR1CTLD 
l"»mpb*ll, Ptrcifcr 8. . 


lid ■ :■ 


f 

4,620 .HI 
2, (Mr. SS 

ii.ms.23 


i 
f t i 


t SI). ini t SO Oil 


Hifthl I>onatioD, H*\?ti B. 






200. 00 


,;,!! Oil 

Mi 00 

4,500 00 








GmfLtcacy, Cslherine Agnes. .. 7Jit2 ■;.; 






S, 456. 02 

22,(155 87 


8,(74.67 

30,603.57 
2,636.42 








1.323.2B 
I.2SS.63 








Tertrou Lepiry , Co™ .... 


«l.08 








28,842.03 




t IS, 980. 11 


t 43.284.00 


% 


t 36,414.66 


I 


t 1,000.00 


t 90,680.67 




















t 87. m, S3 
A 


t s.in.sw.ea 


f 83.1S6.WI 


f 350.SS5.5t) 


f 2,076.00 


t 4S0.fi0a.96 


13.106, 186. 06 

]< 



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ENDOWMENT FUNDS— INCOME BALANCE 



■Red Figures 
A-Scb-dule) 
B-ScJtMJol* II 
CAJitdut- Jl-A 



TBTOST FUKD ACCOUNTS 


Clan 


Bonds 


Stocks 


Treasury 
Bills 


Notes and 
Accounts 
Receivable 


Total 


Note* and 

Accounts 

Receivable 


(fipald 

Comniitments 


Balance 


RESTRICTED 


t 1.692,96* 
38. WW 73 
6. 910.86 
6.308 12 
1,232 06 
8,477 34 
1,246.96 

1.203.78 

7S8 >■! 
I'M 34 
369.41 


I 980.76 

164,080.06 

15,764 M 

26.117 U 

490.34 

9,791.29 

2,461.54 




40,000.00 




t 712.20* 

240.087,39 

22.665,78 

51,760.06 

1,722.39 

40.268.63 

.•16. 9* 

4.329.72 

5,661 33 

3,758.61 

IM M 

369,41 

191 :n 


J 


I 


t 712.20* 


Children's Red bndo«rm«it fund 




44,690.00 
7,312.44 


195,397.39 


Miiliken Memorial Fund ............ 

Lapeyre-MiitcflberKer Fund 






22,666.78 


34.45 


20.000.00 

22,000.00 
3,000.00 
4,000 00 
2,000.00 

3.000.00 




44,447.62 
1,722.39 

40,268.63 
4,246,95 


rittuffv-EisUHck Fund 


Weil, Emanuel L. and Clarice 




4,329.71 










5.665.32 
3,758.61 








146.00 


48 34 


Lenin, Noemi 

Bolidrcau*. Myrth A 








869 -II 










194.34 


UNRESTRICTED 


5 61,639.29 

6 30.829.87 

8,680 00 

7.303.99 

22,206.46 

2,316.60 

4,3(11 K 

2,636 47* 

5,G9«.M 

507 64 

9U.4S 


t 21S.U77.00 
J 211.816.26 


| 34.46 


i 94,000 M 


t 

1 10.00 

1.310.00 

2.123.27 

20.00 


t 374.55074 

^ 231,656.13 

5.000 00 

35,879.10 

85.276 IS 

51,878.88 

6,903.71 

2,630.47* 

S.Olfl.M 

6,480.86 

941.48 


I 

f 10.00 

1,310.00 

2.125 27 

20 00 


t 53,148.44 
1 11,241.00 


f 322,402.30 

6 210,405.13 
3,690.00 


Henderson Fund. SMpben 

Thilborner, Lou be B 


10,389.84 
4.989.72 

40,632.28 
1,641.76 




000 no 
68.000.00 


10,420 20 
945.00 


23,333.63 
85,256,18 
50,933.88 
5,903.71 
3,255 22* 












018.75 
4,871.05 

loo.oo 
1st DO 










2S5.90 
0,380 65 


Tertrou Legacy. Cora 
Riviere, Qeurie 


973.31 




6,000.00 






757.48 




J 8:1.768,37 


I 285.243.17 


» 


t 73,000.00 


I 3.46527 


t 446,476.81 


f 3,465.27 


f 28,380.00 


1413,611.54 




f 145,307,68 
B 


1 601,220 17 


1 34.45 


* 197,000. W 


f 8,445.27 


S 8SQ,027.M 
A 


I 3,465.27 


t 80,628.44 
C 


t 736,033.84 



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69 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS 
Statement of Commitments 



Schedule IV-A 



D1BERT ENDOWMENT FCND: 

L. J. Baud ream Electric Co. 

Wiring of 8 Air Conditioning Outlets on ISih Floor Nurses' Home ..I 

Cary B.Gnnhle— Quotai inn 

To install necessary wiring on 13th floor Nurses' Home . , , , . 

Cuaioi sod Meric— IWeMional Services 

Restoration sad Waterproofing of exterior of John Diberl T, B. BIJ jr., 
Prof. Students' Home Eve Butlerworth. Intern*' Home. Laundry. Electrical 
Shop Bldg. slid Ambulanre Garage 

HENDERSON FUND: 
American Optical Company 

I— A. 0. 10550 B Lawn Cardioverter t 

^inborn Company 

1 Sanborn EKG Marh me 

Snowhitc Garment Mfg. Co. 

60 Nurses Aide Uniforms 

McNees Medical Supply Co. 

1 WPB Machine 

Varityttfr Corjxirat ion 

2 Vsritj-jirr Machines. 

Williams Physicians and .Surgeons 

■ao Tent f 514.85 

I ColHsior 403.30 

Cars B. Gamble - -Professional Services 

Invitation of New Boiler Feed Valve and Boiler Make-up Water 

Merer (Job No. UlOi Balance 

Raymond Plumbing and Hating 

Labor and Material for Above Job No. 910 

CATII1.H1M: A GRAF; 
Baumann Surgical supplies 

Cs*l Cutter .... I 

'.'■►e Company 

>u Inn with Ma^ks . . 

Eastman Kodak 8torf& Inc. 

I Robertson MTV Meteorite Camera 

1 Kodak Ektatftn Processor-Model 10 

1 Kodak Aclintcler Unit-Model 100X 
> Unit-Model 1 

1 Kehh Heat Unit 

Eastman Kodak Stores, lnr. 

I Model LI ■ Table 

I Kwonite Graphic Arts Sink— Complete 

I Kreooite Table ami Wet Negative Vieu-cr with stand 

GEORGE liivll-ilir.: 
McNess Medical Supply Co. 

1 Porlo-Litl Unit— Complete 

v Tl RTKOD: 
Woodward Wight and Company 

1 Aluminum Step Ladder 



m 00 

.250 DO 



S.S00.00 1 



m ixi 



300.00 

765 00 



:. 7.'.-. tin 



1.008 15 



204 53 
1.576.00 



210.00 

m tt 



1,5U 00 





1,860,00 


f 


184 mi 


? 


100 00 



i IPEYRE MILT] KBERGER: 

llreuu'nl Uj^raiintt Account Bill No. 131 

Labor and Material Su|>|>licd for Month of March 1964 t 1,018 S3 

labor and Malcri»[ Used tor Bldg. Nfainlenance for April 11*1 5H 79 

Labor and Material Supplied fur the Mouth of May 1964 — 5.757. 19 

MCBURKKV FUND- . 

IMS.— C omnussion No. 6-W9 

Roofing and Repairs to Bldg. 1016-18-20 Csnal Si. 

Ciminj and Merid and Aaso, 

Architects Fees for above Job 63-19 Balance. . , 1,090.00 



U,«M ,», 



11.241.00 



10.420 20 



4,871 OS 



I-: 00 



100 01) 



7.312 11 



ll.r.'Kl IK) 



TO CHARITY HOSPITAL^-1963-1964 



Schedule IV-A (Continued) 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS 

Statement of Commitments 



W18NER DONATION: 
Boh Brothers 

Replacement of Steam Tunnel Manhole Top, (Iravier St. ihI So. 

Claiborne Ave J 175.00 

Stone Brothers 

RroJonJonil Services— Air Conditsoninit Virus and Ohemieal lib 470,00 Mt.00 



NOEMI LEWIN: 
General Electric Co. 

1 G. E. Refrigerator J 116.00 146.00 



SUNDRY DONATIOKS— UNRESTRICTED: 
Loubai Glassware and Cork 

75 Wood Ouira— Saddle seal X 18.25 ta.. 1 C18.7S flJS.TS 

t 80,528 U 



Schedule V 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS— COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF INCOME 






June 
H64 


July 1 1963— June 30, 1964 




TRUST FUND ACCOIN 


Interest 


Rent 


L'M.! 


Royalties 


Dividends 


Donations 
& Sundry 


7/1/63 to 
6/30/64 


RESTRICTED 


t 293. SI 


t 1.322 90 


J 


3 


[ 


3 


J 737.88 


5 2,060.78 


















2,684.13 

ins M 

3.206.43 

.04 

3, 989.1*4 

60 33 

22 50 

It, 73 

158 39 

63.26 

22.3 47 

SB 82 


7,580.17 

2.103.88 

10,635,17 

115.71 

10,121 55 

921.81 

v. ;,, 

37* 31 

316.92 

491.40 

164.18 


14,999.88 










22.580.05 








147.00 
441.75 

' *7ii,'6o" 




2.103.88 
10,782.17 










146.71 










10.866. 30 


Matas tagacj, Dr. Rudolph... 










921 SI 








800.46 










.;:■'. si 










7,000.00 
!,037.L'l 


7,346.92 












1.037.91 
491 40 












1(4.18 












7,132.01 


7,132.01 




I 11.214.U1 


3 34,003 M 


t 14,999.88 


3 


* 


3 1.299.75 


t 15,907.80 


t 64,809.89 


UNRESTRICTED 


t 33,603.37 
888 07 
ISO. 44 

3.412.27 


3 87.S8S 

1,344.83 

2,488.52 

233 21 

1,241.33 

1,00; 14 

104.18 

471.33 


3 1.200.00 
12.214.71 


3 9,716.03 


t 14,186.87 


3 13.062.50 


3 11,640.12 
29.31 


t 136,067.70 
12.674.13 




11,490.00 






12,834 83 




63,000.00 






65,488 52 












223 24 














1,000.00 


1,1164 12 




377.97 
40.1. S7 

82. S3 










1,241 














1 .1X17.14 














184 18 














471.33 


















t 38.930 04 


1 94.696.98 


t 13,414 71 


f 21.206.03 


I 77,186.87 


3 13,062.50 


3 11,569.43 


3 233,1*1 52 




3 60,144.95 


t 129,299.44 t 28,414.59 


3 ai.206.03 


t 77.l-j.-v7 


t 14,362 25 


3 28,477 21 


3 268, 946.41 
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Schedule VI 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS 

Comparative Statement of Expenditures 



TRUST FUND ACOTUNTS 


June 
1904 


Sttatiti 


Indigent 
Pllient* 
Welfire 


Ropaira& 

Maintenance 
Btdg. 4 Equip. 


Tmvl'rr 
o( Funds 


Sundry 


C*p'ital 

l:\|*ndiLurea 


Total 
I 1/M 

6/30/64 


RE8THICTKD 


3 


l 


1 


t v.i Ml 

3.305.64 

3. Mi. :■; 


I 


1 141 55 

609.27 


i 3.901 35 


J 4.132.4(1 




270.00 


2,380.00 






6,294.91 










5.1152.73 




7.47 




37. S3 




5,451.31 




5,491.53 












18.63 
81. SB 
25.00 

8. 48 




05.01 
1,020.21 






76.06 

2,870 64 
U M 


4,742 M 
2,830.00 


141.97 


Sundry ..Millions .. 

MuJike-n MerxiorttL . 
Ritdofpb MituLegftcy. 


550.00 






1 ,02* 21 
8.163.33 
2,565 04 










647 04 
















t 1.024.11 


I 2,930.00 


f 1,131.44 


| S, 347. 87 




t 0,854.81 


t 11.174 04 


t 34,418.16 


UNRESTRICTED 

GwrfteRfriMf 

Diberl Eftdowtnent Fund . 


1 ISO. 00 
7.40B.41 


t 


I 

23,22 


"simis' 


t 


i 

m.tt 

23.18 
0,571,70 


f 180.00 
42,306.08 


S 160.00 

104,133.10 

23. IS 




8,008.69 
3,693.14 






150.45 

*m n 

1,158 as 




0,512.34 

4,060.86 

118, 210, 38 


13, 114 W 








6,282.01) 






119,568.76 




15.2(1 
547 74 


















517 71 








547.74 












t 1S.7S3.I4 


t. . 


t 23.22 


I 63. 155. 05 


1 


t 7,391.53 


t 172, 15H. 55 


t 212,729.38 










t 20,357 25 


1 2,830.00 1 


S 72,H9 a 


} 


t 17,228.34 


1 183,333.60 


I 277.147 52 






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TRUST FUNDS— INVESTMENTS 



Schedule VII 



Trust Funis 



Cbildren'i Bed Endowment Fond 

U. a Treaiury Bond* 

D. S. Treaiury Bondi 

U. S, Tmaury Bondi 

C. S. Treawry Bond* 



Dibert End on meat Fund 

U. S. Treuury Boodi , 

L . B. Treatury Boodi 

D. S. Treawry Bondi , . . 

U. S. Treasuy Boodi 

Parish o( Calcaiieu School Dinriet No. 30. 

U. B. Tnwury Bondi 

U.S. Treasury Boodi 

U.S. Treasury Bondi. 

U. 8. TrtuuiT Boodi 

U. S. Treasury Boodi 

n. 8. TrtMun Boodj 

U.S. Tnsuury Boodi... 

U. 3. Tnsaiur}- Boodi 

U. S. Tnuuc, Biili 



Rate of 
Interest 



3% 



Stephen Henderson Fund 
US. Treasury Bond.. 
U. S. Treasury Boodi. . 
Time Certificate 



Aleiina Sinrlair itcBantf Food 
I". B. IhWi) Bondi 
U. B. Treasury Bonds 



iff 
m 



U. S. Tramirj Boodi - i -* ! ." 1 ' / " ~ " ' " " " ^ !i ! " " " ;1 if 



Data of 

Maturity 



2-15 ; '5 
3/15/70 
2/15/85-86-6; 
11/1S/S7 



», w/bs 

2/1S/9S 
S/15/71 

a u n 

2/ 1/71 
9/15/72 

g/is/oa 

13 15/08 

12/15. flu 
0/15/73 

to/ i/flo 

10/ 1/69 
11/15/67 
4/30/66 



3/15/70 
13 to, H 

8/ 7/64 



../IS. 70 
11 U 7.' 

U 15. II 



Par 

Value 



10,000 00 
1. 500.00 
(.000 M 
8,500.00 



31.000 00 



201,000.00 
304,500 00 

11,000.00 

itt,oau oo 

20,000.00 

24,600.00 

105,000 oo 

36,000.00 

50,000.00 

453.000.00 

230,000.00 

136,000.00 

323,560.00 

304,000 00 



Investments Boot Value 



Principal 



9,639 St 

490.34 
6,018.85 
6,609.75 



22.058.33 



Income 



tM n 



no 7i, 



t 2,317,500 00 



1,M0 DO 
12,000.00 

lo.ooo oo 



20.500 00 



io.ooo on 

3,000 00 

is. ooo oo 



199,933 to 

293, Jig in 
11,000.00 

2u,(t;7 75 
30,061.22 
24,600.00 
99,934 18 



4".t,SS5.30 
395,016.00 
224,781.88 

234,455.03 



t 1 ,'J16, 904.94 



3.970 60 
34,938.93 



132,914.50 
40,009.53 



t 211,821.56 



4,414.92 
11.974,92 
10.000 00 



M.3M S4 



9.807 47 
3.000 00 

11.10041 



Trual 
Receipt 



2012 
1435 
1326 

3144 



2037 
2013 
1617 
1434 
1355 
1352 
1339 
1336 
1335 
2660 
2697 
26(8 
3145 
101556 



1439 
1359 
175 



1436 
1367 
1366 



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TRUST FUNDS— INVESTMENTS 



Trust Fundi 



P. 8. Treasury Bonds ■••■■ 

II. 8, Treasury Bonds 

0. S. Treasury Bonds 

0. S. Treasury Bonds 

Time Certificate 

Millikeu Memorial Fund 

U. 8. Treasury Bauds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds.. 

Louisiana State Building Authority Bonds :..-.. 

Calcasieu Parish Scliool Buildins * Equipment Bonds— District ho. 22 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

V. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

Lapeyre Miitenberser Fund 

0. S. Treasury Bill - ■ 

-. Treasury Bonds 

0. 8. Treasury Bonds 

0. B. Treasury Bonds - 

Calcasieu farkd School Distritl Mo. 22 

C. 8. Treasury Bond* 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

Time Certificate 

Time Certificate - 



Pres* Endowment Fund 
L'.s. iris.-u.-j Bead*, 
0. 8. Treasury Bond*. , 



Ksteol 
lAtaitat 



1 

I 

■I' r 



n 



tm 



Dateol 

Maturity 



1 1/ 15/12 
8/1J/7S 

in t n 

U/1S/67 
'.>. 10, M 



»/ 15/72 
12/ 1/664)8 

2 !.", 68 
10/ 1/69 
10/ 1/69 
11/15/67 



1 ui .15 
i li 8S 
9/ I 5/72 
9 16/72 
12 Ifi/BiWS 
U/ 15/72 

B 7 M 
9/10/04 



3/15/70 
11/15/67 



f 210.30000 



Far 

Vslue 



300 00 
(0,000 00 

53,000.00 
W,000 mi 
40,000 00 



1,000.00 

2.700.00 

30,000 hi) 

3,000 00 

1,000 oo 

5,000.00 

20,500.00 



66,200.00 



54 .000.00 
A".. if >n DO 

1,000 H 
25,500.00 

7. 000. 00 
67.000.00 
26,000 00 

B ,000 DO 
15,000 .00 



I 260.000 00 



500 00 
3,800.00 

1,000 DO 



Investmeuls BiMik Value 



Principal 



S 204,080.66 



3.655.74 



10,138 U 
1,510.63 



1,887 H 

20, 021. 13 



50.413.00 



SS.304.S7 

57,354.22 

1.003 H! 

28,524! 38 

7,112.2^ 
38,344.06 



t 201: 



3,504.43 
3.50*43 



Im-ouie 



BOO 00 
14,882 IS 
51,812.63 
46,021 33 
40.000.00 



2,701.88 

10,062,64 

1.510.63 

077 57 



BOO (ill 



15,754 »2 



25,417.49 
5,000 DO 

15,000 00 



45.4I7.4H 



m U 



490.34 



Trust 
Receipt 



1365 

iiif.S 

1888 

3146 

I S.I 



2015 

k:i 

1371 
1370 
2701 
2700 
3147 



1015*0 

2014 
1384 
1383 
1378 
2661 
2702 
LT'.i 
190 



1140 
3148 



Jitwffw-EutwKk Fund 

U. S. Treasury Bends 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

Tremury Bonds 

lit Mortgage Bonds 

City of Nsw York Corporite Stock for Transit I'nifitatioo Bonds 

Ameriran Tel. Co., 38 year Debentures 

U. 8. Treasury Bonds. . , . . . . 

Treasury Bondi 

0. S, Treasury Boodi 

U, 8. Treasury Bonds 

H. S. Treasury Bills 

Time Certificate 

Time Certificate 



l*ouise B. Thilborffer 

Time Certificate 

U. 8. Treasury Bonds 
Time Certificate 



Ed*-nrd Wianer Donation 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

Calcasieu Parish School District No. £3 

D. B. Treasury Bonds. 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 



Itudulpn Matas Legacy 
U. 8. Treasury Bonds 
Time Certificate 



Alice M, Applegate. 

V. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Boodi 

0. B. Treasury Boodi 

Time Certificate 



ma 

3% 



ism 



ft u/n 
3/16/70 

12. 15/72 
3/ 1/77 

t 1 1 n 

8/ VBO 
" l.i 72 
10 ] M 
10/ 1/80 
IMS .,7 
4. 30 05 
8/ 7/M 
U/ 10/04 



K 1 M 

12 is m 
y in m 



3/15/70 
11/18 8] 

2/15/73 
9 11/72 

10/ 1/lVJ 



2/1S/U5 
!i, 11/84 



:: U ;u i 
11/15/72 
U/1S/87 
9/16/64 



S2.000 00 
15.000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
5,000.00 

h.soo oo 

27.000.00 
5,000 00 

1. 600.00 

14.000 oo 

7,000 00 
13,000.00 



f 287,50000 



10,000 00 

5.000.00 
18,000 00 



03,000.00 



1,800 M 

10,000 ill) 

1,090 00 

iu.no:> i in 

n.ooo oo 



11,500 DO 



20,000 00 
4.000.00 



30.000 00 



1,000 00 

lu.twj no 

500 00 
2.000 DO 



n.wo it 

9,807.114 
1,097 n 

s, is; '.,-, 

2,1171 K7 

4,865.01 

47.024.28 

26. 3H5.05 

I, .inn M 
12.CIS "2 



f 238.022.14 



26,0m 69 



t 28,069.85 



[0,087 a 



14.500 00 I 10,037.62 f 4, 401. 84 



4.603.33 



4,887.116 



7,000.00 
15,000.00 



31,791 29 



10,000 00 

4.989.72 
18.000.00 



62,989.72 



1,471. in 
8,979.32 
1,023 .;i 
8,708.21 
28,360.81 



49.532.28 



4,000 00 



1,000 DO 



I. '.-!,!. 51 



500 oo 

2,000 00 



20M 
1437 
1308 
1392 
13111 

laso 

2663 
2703 
2704 
3149 

101556 
176 
101 



348 
1331 
184 



1441 
1410 
1408 
2065 
2705 



2018 
186 



1438 

1411 

3143 

187 



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TRUST FUNDS— INVESTMENTS 



Tnut Fund* 


Rite of 
Interest 


D*teof 
Maiurity 


Par 
Value 


Invwtmeiiti Book Value 


Tiuit 
Receipt 


Principal 


income 


M«"» H. Ljnn LeRicy 


8ft 

3M% 

I 1 

4% 

I .me:;. 

3% 

1 M5 

3% 


2/15/74 
2/15/78 

2/IS/73 
3/15/73 

9/15/JI 
4/30/65 

8/ 15/87 
V/U/T2 

9/ 1/69 
10/ 1/8B 
4/30/85 
8/ 7/64 

4/30/68 
8/ 7/M 


1 2,000.00 
4,000.00 


1 


2,051.27 


1 


f 1413 


C*k*swu Ftai*h| U. School Dirtrict No. 22 


2,569.64 


1,541.76 


1413 




t 6.000.00 


f 


4.820.91 


( 


1,541 76 




Sundry Donitiofu UnrwtfKted 


t i.ooooo 
1,000.00 


t 


1.023.34 
1,023.34 


f 


1413 






1415 










t 2,000.00 


1 


2,046.68 


t 




Catherine Aowe G™f 

U. 6. Trctturj- Bomti. 


8 12,000 00 
3.000.00 


t 


11.998. 23 
2,905 82 


8 


1414 
101558 




1 15,00000 


t 


14,904.05 


t . . , , 










Cora Tertrou LegKT 


2,000 00 
17,000.00 
8.000.00 
1,000 00 
3,000.00 
5,000.00 


1.091.11 

14,803 B3 
7,820,78 




1789 


0. S. Trtmiry Bonde 




2864 
2706 


977.57 


2707 


2,905.82 


101IM 


5,000.00 


178 








8 36,000.00 


1 


27,521.64 


t 


5, 6 77 ,57 




Noeint M. Lewio 


t 3,000.00 


t 


2,005.82 


t 


101556 


GeorM Rhriwt 

U. 8, TrtMiiry Bilii 


1 30,000.00 


» 


30,000.00 


J 




173 









M»ry Ann AUwjn Lefuy 


3% 

3.88% 
3% 


V7/U 
9/18/8* 

1/30/81 
9/16/61 


8.00000 
3,000.08 


8,000 00 


3,000 00 




Time Certmate 


173 




188 




f 11,1)00 00 


t 8,000 00 


I 3,000 00 




Higmu Foundation 

U.a.TnuuryBilU 


t 3,000.00 


f 2,905,82 




101556 






Emanuel L. Weil 

Time Cert ifictte 


f 3,000 00 


t 


t 3.000.00 










f 3,341,200 00 


f 2. 549. 212.17 


I 871.229.73 













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CHARITT HOSPITAl^-1963-1964 



Schedule VII (Continued) 
TRUST FUNDS— SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS 



SUMMARY 


I'ar Value 


Investments Book Value 


Principal 


Income 


Children's Bed Endowment . 


J 24,OOQ,Q0 

2,217.500 00 

2*. 500 00 

210.500,00 

86, 200. 00 

260.000.00 

4, 000,00 

207,500.00 

63,000.00 

3,000,00 

51,500.00 

3,000.00 

30,000 00 

14.500.00 

3,000.00 

11.000.00 

5,000.00 

2.000 00 

15,000.00 

30,000.00 

39,000.00 


t 22,658.33 
1,016,954.94 


1 98n 


Dibert Kodonrmem Funds 
Stephen Henderson Fund, . . 


M1.8. 

26,3- 


Aleiiua Sim-lair McBurnc}' Fund . 






Millikeu Memorial Fund 
L»rjeyre-Milienberi»t Fond 


50,413.90 

201,045.64 

3.505 43 

226,032.14 


15,754.92 
45.4, 


I'retst Endowment Fund 


■ 


Stauffer-Eastujck Fund 

Ltiuise Bar tela Til border Legacy 


31.7 

02,'.^ 


Emanuel Leopold and Clarice Wei] 




3,000 OO 






49.5. 


Noemi M. Lewin Legacy . 


2,90582 
2i,059 95 
10,037.52 
2. 003.82 
8,000.00 
*,620 ut 
2,046.88 
11/104.05 
30,000.00 
27.321 64 




Rudolph Mntas Legacy , 

Alice M.Anplegate 


4, Oik 

4.461 54 


II i£g ins Foundation ., . . 




Mary Ann Allison Legacy. , 


3.000 OO 


Marie H. Lieui Legacy 


1.54 1 


Sundry Donations Unreetricted 








George Hiviere Fund 




Cora Tertrou Legacy 


5.977 s: 




t 3,344.200.00 


f 2,549,212.47 


1 871.229.73 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



79 



Schedule VIII 
STATEMENT OF STOCK OWNERSHIP, 
TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS 





Principal 


Income 


TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 
Diben Endowment Fund 

National American BAJik of Now Orleans 

Dibert, Bancroft and Ross Co., Ltd. 

Amtrioan Am-ti, lie 


s 


m.iw oo 

. is, MX). 00 

i. ooo. oo 










t 


M. 250 00 




UMtm-MillcnberBfr Fund 


I 


H8.J6 


f to.*s 


Weil LcK*cy, Emanuel L. and Clarice 

Union Savings and Loan Association 

Guaranty Savings and Homestead Association 


t 


s.000.00 

5,000 00 

B,00 ) 

800.00 








StaufTer-Euwick Fund 

Standard Oil Company of Now Jersey ; 


I 


15,800.00 
4,987.60 

an 00 






J 


5,207.50 




TOTAL STOCK INVESTMENT AT JUNE 30. 1984 . . 


( 


75,405.96 


S 34.45 



SO CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



Schedule IX 
STATEMENT OF BOND LIQUIDATION FUND 



Cash Balance June 30, 1983 


t 

f 


244.170 OS 

244. 170. 0B 

5. 834. 62 

800.000.00 


1 256.07S.S2 


Investments in Securities 

U. S. Treasury BiUi 


344,170 US 


BALANCE IN FUND— JUNE 30. 19*3 


t 500.249.00 


CASH BALANCE JUKE 30, 1963 

EECEIPTB 

Proceeds from U. 8. Treasury Bin* 


t 256,078. <J2 








1.049. 70*. TO 


TOTAL CASH AVAILABLE 


217.000.00 
22S.000.00 t 

26.603.80 
16,7*7.50 
22.428,25 
I2.7'.l2 50 


4*3,800.00 

78,569 75 

498,000.00 
263,727.92 


t 1.305.783 62 


LIES: DISBURSKMENTS 
Retirement of Honda 

1938 Issue Piid 8/1/63 1 

I93S Issue Paid 10/10/63 




Accrued Interest on Bonds 
1438 Issue Psid 10/10/03 




1038 Issue Ifcid 4/1/84 




Purchase of U. B. Treasury Bills 

Due 7/30/64 I 

Due 7/30/6* 

Due 8/12/6* 

Unemcurnbered BaLsnce Transferred to Cnaritjr Hospital 
OperalinK Account 


150,000.00 
150,000 00 
198.000.00 


1 1.301.297.67 


CASH BALANCE JUNE 38, 1064 


t 

225,000 00 
238.000 00 t 

22. -128,25 
12,792.50 


4,485 95 
498,000-00 

461.000.00 

34,218.78 
*,287.20 






t 5oo,«8a. as 


DEDUCT: Reserve for Interest and Retirement of Bonds 
Retirement of Bonds 

1038 Issue Due Au«. 1, 1684 t 

1836 Issue Due Oct, 18, 196* 




Interest on Bonds 

1938 Issue Due Aug. 1,1964...... t 

1938 Issue Due Oct. 18,196* 

Unencumbered Balance Due Charity Hospital 


» 500,485 95 


Balance in Fund 6/30/63 , 






REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



81 



Schedule X 
STATEMENT OF BOND OBLIGATION JUNE 30, 1964 

Serial Bonds 1936 .035— $769,332.50 



Year 


Principal 
Due Oct. IS 


Intend 
Due Apr. 15 


Interest 
Due Oct. IS 


Total 
Prin. 4 Int. 


IBM 

IMS... 

IMS 


f 236,000.00 
246,000.00 

240,000 00 


t 

8,662.50 
4.357,50 


t 11.702.60 
8,662 50 
4.357.50 


I 248. 702. SO 
263.325 00 
2S7 715 00 








1 731,090.00 


t 12,020.00 f 


f 21. 812. SO 


f 7W.S32S0 



Serial Bond* 1938 .0385— $1,276,756.25 



Xm 


Principal 
Due Aug. 1 


Interest 
Due Feb. 1 


Interest 
Due Auk 1 


Total 
t'rin. & Int. 


IBM 

1M6 

ISM 

1007 


f 225,000.00 
234,000.00 
243.000.00 
252.000.00 
211,000 00 


I 

18.00S.OO 
13. 590. SO 
8,912 iS 
4,000. 71 


1 32,42625 
18,005.00 
13,590 50 
8,012,75 
4.065.76 


t 347.426 25 
270,190 00 
270.181 00 
269.825 80 


IMS 


218,133 SO 




t i.ies.ooooo 


f 44, 60S. 00 


1 87,091.25 


t 1,278,76625 



AMBULANCE REPORT 
City Calls 



DATE 


Anib. No. 1 


Amb. No. 3 


Anib. No, 3 


Amb. No. 4 


Amb. No. 5 


Amb. No. 6 


Amb. 


No, 7 


Totals 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Mil... 


CUfa 


Mils 


Calk 


M ilea 


I'slls 


HOm 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


MDm 


Call. 


Mils 


July im 
Juij 

August 

Ssptember 

Ortobrr 


201 
Ml 

219 
248 
272 
111 

no 
HI 

ii 

378 
321 
336 


2,002 
2,040 
1,7«5 
1.1K1I 
2,218 
l,SM 

2,243 
2,008 
311 
2.846 
2 810 
2,484 










261 
114 


1,934 
879 


2K2 
133 

212 
Iff? 
151 
24o 

219 
1 


2,320 
1,483 

1.715 
1,922 
1,228 
1,823 

1,983 




230 
US 

147 
219 
207 
232 

278 

ug 

280 
m 

2::n 
214 


1,070 

1 .084 
1,505 
1,033 
1,726 

2.050 
1,063 

2,17.1 
1,515 
1,714 
1,733 


43 
210 
258 
80 
90 
150 

51 
71 
260 
247 
311 
363 


412 
1,909 
1,070 

759 

BH 

1,120 

382 
I,0t2 
2,337 
1,141 

2.55 
2.M7 


1,077 

1,058 

836 

1,051 

255 

064 

1.112 
1,171 
1,195 
1,224 
7 1,202 
1,246 


8,338 










8,103 

6.620 


239 
236 
145 

253 
271 
201 
M 


i,702 
1,7113 
1,104 

2,012 
3,093 

2,040 
499 


7,909 
7,736 










7.172 


June 1964 
January 


17 
302 
329 
307 
312 
334 


141 
2.049 
2,657 

2. Mil 
2.013 
2.034 






8,921 


2 

6 
38 
28 


10 

32 

314 

213 


9,740 


March 


9,550 






1,008 


May 


9,709 












9.918 


Totals 


3,126 


23.897 


1,801 


13.293 


74 


508 


1,833 


14,060 


1,593 


12,350 


2,716 


30,431 


1,148 


18,298 


13,061 


102.877 



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AMBULANCE REPORT 
City Calls 



DATE 


Amb, No. B-2 


Amb. No. S-3 


Amb. No. S-5 


Totals 




Q0JI 


Miles 


CaUi 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


JulylM3 


24 
46 
20 
20 
6 
10 

8 

5 

23 

88 

1 

14 


228 
327 
ISO 
259 
89 
105 

89 

37 

234 

611 

2 

233 


58 
11 
68 
20 
13 
33 

15 

31 

si 
84 
79 
71 


494 
108 
ISA 

152 
358 
198 

120 
373 
610 
630 
920 
432 






82 
56 
88 
40 
49 
43 

23 
47 
189 

173 
101 
100 


722 










October 






886 


June ISM 






360 
209 




11 

55 
33 
21 
18 


82 
478 
308 
197 
117 


492 
1,322 
1.447 
1,110 

832 


March 




May 






Totals 


232 


2,354 


5UI 


5.118 


138 


1 , 180 


Bfil 


8.880 



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DATE 


■ 


Totals 




Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


June 1004 


1 
7 


6 
97 


1 

7 






97 








S 


103 


8 









5 

- 



AMBULANCE REPORT 
Intra State Calls 



IMTE 


Arab. No. S-l 


Amb. No. B -3 


Utility Cm 


Amb. No. s.j 


ToloU 


C*lla 


Mile* 


Cilli 


Miles 


an. 


Mila 


Cilli 


Mil.'* 


CUh 


Mils 


July 1903 


11 
8 
1 

11 
11 
IS 

IT 

7 
14 
13 
13 

ie 


3.110 
1.109 

1.7tt5 

2.3T0 

2,705 
3,856 

4,713 
1,707 
3,455 
4.542 
3,892 
4,210 



10 
4 
« 

10 

7 
7 
1 
9 
4 
1 


1,509 
2,629 
1,778 
2,525 
907 
1,223 

1.359 

1,401 

478 

2,202 

741 

171 










17 

IB 
11 
20 

17 
13 

24 
23 

20 
30 
27 
23 


4, (168 










4,338 




1 


88 






3, Ail 








4. BUS 












3,732 












6.081 


Judo 1W4 








1,431 
835 
1,977 
2,387 
1.177 


0,082 








9 
B 

8 
10 

e 


4.59D 






4,768 




8,721 








0,080 








5,568 








143 


38,145 


74 


19,043 


1 


88 


n 


7,807 


M0 


04,983 







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AMBULANCE REPORT 
Intra State Calls 



DATE 


Anil.. No. BW-I 


Arab. No. 8W-2 


Utility Cw 


Totita 




Calli 


Maes 


Cilh 


Milo 


Call* 


U9n 


Calls 


Mile 


July I9KI 
July 


3 
2 
I 

5 




882 
451 

tm 

Wi 
1,070 


1 
1 

11 
4 
1 
4 

S 
7 
S 

a 
I 

6 


1,344 
2,102 

53a 

67S 

WW 
1.152 
1,103 
1.331 

HO 
1.127 






» 
7 
15 
8 
8 
4 

5 
8 

8 
fi 
1 


1,938 
1.485 














October , 










1 


M 


l.Wfi 
8TS 

WW 
1,380 
1.103 
1,331 

830 
1.127 




Jim.HWl 












I 


m 






M»ixh 












Miy 






























T«K»1 , 


21 


4.033 


88 


12,534 


1 


90 


00 


18.057 





86 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19C3-196-1 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Annual Report of the Sisters' Division 
July I, 1963 - June 30, 1964 

The leadership group in the three departments whi h c prise thi 

Division was given full support in today's complex work of managing- tht 
nursing service and housekeeping of the hospital ami in planning and directing 
the education of student nurses. Functioning at a high professional level, tlv 
administrative and teaching staffs have made progress in the critical ax 
of quality nursing care and nursing education. The annual reports of th- 
departments clearly express the accomplishments and current trends* in prac 
tice and indicate future plans with recommendations for action. 

The Nursing Service Department has worked diligently toward nu 
taining a capable and stable nursing staff. Undaunted by economic pres*ui, 
over-crowded wards and out-moded equipment, it has initiated changes »•]. 
have improved the quality of nursing care to the patients and la optoml* 
yet realistic, about the future of nursing at Charity Hospital. 

Maintaining a safe, comfortable and hygienic hospital environment. 
supplying linen to the wards and living quarters, renovating mattresses and 
pillows, and keeping the hospital furniture in good repair are routine servi 
rendered by the Housekeeping Department. Consistent efforts aimed at up. 
grading the quality and reliability of theKf services have produced good 
results. This accomplishment is worthy of note, for the department lack.- 
sufficient personnel to extend its much-needed services over a 24-hour d:i> 
seven days a week. This need is evident on the floors with a high patient 
census and the resultant heavy traffic. 

The School of Nursing has experienced a large turnover In its teai-hinj: 
personnel. Twenty-three new instructors joined the faculty and all partici- 
pated in the teacher- education programs which were planned to better p 
pare the instructors for the serious business of educating professional nur- 
Partlcipatlon In meetings, conferences and community activities In vol v 
health needs and clinical information was encouraged to develop within I 
teaching staff a broad spectrum of education for nursing. Curriculum de- 
velopment moved along concurrently with these activities, and the 161 i 
admissions to the Charity Hospital School of Nursing will benefit greatly 
by this sound planning. 

Changes in assignment among the Sisters were few this year. ;>; 
Gertrude, science instructor for the School of Nursing, was missioned, and 
Sister Ellen Marie became the nursing supervisor of the Male Medical and 
Radium wards on Eighth Floor. Sister Stella Maris was sent to the hospital 
to supervise the nursing services on the west side of the> Surgical floor. 

The Director of the SlBters' Division echoes the appreciation expressed 
in the annual reports of the Division's department directors. A deep gratitude 
Is especially felt for the program of improvement in the Student Nur 
Residence. As the extensive renovations approach completion, the Sisters 
look forward to the work of the coming year with renewed strength and 
confidence. The continued interest and cooperation of the hospital admii, 
trator and the Board of Directors in recognizing nursing needs -will ni 
possible the removal of the limitations which have hampered the developnj 
of standards for total patient care. 

Respectfully submitted, 
/s/ SISTER ALPHONSA 
Director Sisters' Division 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 87 

NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Annual Report 

July 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964 

Director, Sisters' Division 

Sister Alphonsa, R.N., B.S., P.A.CH.A. 
Director, Nursing Service 

Sister Regis, R.N., B.S.N.Ed. 

Assistant Directors 3 

1 "•Kiriliiintor, Inservice Education 1 

Assistant Director, Inservice Education 1 

Instructor, Inservice Education 1 

Professional Nurse Staff: 
Supervisors: 

Daughters of Charity 11 

Lay Supervisors 7 

i - ' Supervisors ....,,.,,, 77 

d Nurses , , 120 

General Duty Nurses: 

Full-time 73 

Part-time 16 

Nonprofessional Staff: 

Practical Nurses 300 

Psychiatric Aides 17 

Nurse Aides II and III 717 

Nurse Aides I 77 

Central Service Workers 142 

Clerical Workers . 81 

M isrellaneous 39 

The above figures essentially reveal that at the end of another fiscal 
fear, the number of employees in the Nursing 1 Service Department is practi- 
cally the same as at the beginning. Of significance is the decrease, by IS, In 
the number of General Duty Nurses. Employed to give much-needed bedside 
Dg care and to maintain controls over ward supplies and equipment, this 
vital group of employees becomes smaller with each passing year. The defi- 
ciency of General Duty Nurses has adversely affected the quantity and 
quality ot nursing care available to the patients, and it has perpetuated the 
turnover in the nursing staff. The record speaks for itself, for In this fiscal 
182 professional nurses and 70 practical nurses were employed. During 
this same period, 141 professional nurses and 78 practical nurses resigned from 
the Nursing Service staff. Reasons for leaving are tabulated below: 

Reasons 



Leaving the city 

Better position 

Home responsibilities 

Pregnancy 

Pi rsonal 

Ill health 

Further education ... 

Retirement 

Death ... 



Professional 


Practical 


Nurses 


Nursas 


49 


16 


29 


S 


20 


17 


15 


8 


9 


16 


7 


13 


9 





2 





1 






88 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19B3-19S4 

Conditions identified, which prompted resignations for personal reasons: 
and better positions, were the persistent practice of admitting "over" patient? 
to the wards, overwork. Insufficient pay with no guarantee of a meritorious 
Increase Jn salary, lack of supplies, having to work with antiquated equip- 
ment, dissatisfaction with working conditions, rotating shifts, and having 
to perform many chores which are non-nursing in nature. Among thos* 
leaving because of home responsibilities were some who would have re- 
mained at Charity Hospital had the salary for the position bt-L-n i.-omm?nsur- 
ate with the work assignment, and with the wages paid to necessary domestic 
help at home. In the highly competetive field of securing and keeping pro- 
fessional nurses In hospital employment, thought must be given to those 
reasons for termination of employment and remedial action taken if Charity 
Hospital hopes to accomplish Its objectives. Until the professional nurse staff 
in the Nursing Service Department can be built up and stabilized, p.r.n. 
nurses are being employed to provide minimum nursing cart'. This prat- 
at best is a poor substitute for an employed nursing staff, and the monc> 
spent would have brought greater returns had It been used to Inert- 
salaries and employ needed person ntl 

A realistic appraisal of the nurse's work enviroment and the patient'? 
nursing needs directed attention to organizational problems within the Nurs- 
ing Service Department. Decentralization of the Nursing Service administra- 
tive functions, with corresponding authority to act, and firmer control b> 
the Director of Nursing Service were clearly Indicated. To accomplish this, 
a long-range re-organization plan has been launched which will eventually 
provide for an adequate Nursing Service Administrative Staff, available 
hours a day, seven days a week. The administrative and teaching funetlon.-.- 
of the Nursing Service Office staff were reviewed and reassigned or 
feasible basis. Positions were reclassified according to functions and re- 
sponsibilities, and there are at present, three Assistant Directors of Nursing- 
Service, a Coordinator of Inset-vice Education, and Assistant to the Coordina- 
tor, and an Instructor for on-the-job training of Nurse Aides. 

Concurrently, work assignments and responsibilities of personnel in 
nursing units were examined and a request to the Louisiana State Depart- 
ment of Civil Service for job audits brought favorable results. The> practical 
nurse positions allocated to evening and night duty were reclassified upward 
and better qualified nurses were recruited for these jobs. Action on requt 
for additional Nurse Aide positions, and higher beginning salaries for pi 
fesslonal nurses, was deferred, and improvement in these areas, moved slowly 

The Nursing Sen-ice of the general surgery units on fourth floor was 
divided into two areas, and each area plaeed under the full time supervision 
of a Sister Supervisor. Always an extremely active service with a her 
work load, this floor has consistently presented problems In staffing- and 
supervision. It is anticipated that the smaller supervisory area approach 
will produce stability in the nursing staff and Improved nursing care. 

Recognizing the magnitude of the Job to be done, attention was next 
focused on up-to-date equipment which would facilitate Job performance. 
The Kardex System for management of nursing care of the patient w 
introduced, and the use of Ident-A-Bands for positive patient Identification 
established. Extensive studies were done and reports made on the practica- 
bility of disposable syringes, Dutcotax method to replace enemas, and 
disposable tube feeding and enema equipment. Through the combined erf,', 
of Interested departments, the Addressograph for automatic recording of 
headings on chart forms was purchased and Is scheduled for Installation 
In the near future. 

The Nursing Service Executive Committee has met monthly to discus 
plan, and Implement these changes. The Committee on Nursing Policy and 
Procedure have been active, and both manuals are under study for extensive 
revision. Two Nursing Service records were revised and put into ©rfect 
the Weekly Nursing Time Sheet and the form for recording temperature 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 89 



pulse and respiration, which supplements the Kardex System. The Nursing 
Service and Nursing Education Coordinating Committee was organized dur- 
ing the year and has facilitated the work of educating students to become 
nurses. It has also concerned itself with the employment of student nurses 
in Charity Hospital on off duty time, directing their worK habits and helping 
them to develop desirable attitudes. 

Other activities included nursing service provided for 11,824 patients tn 
Recovery Rooms, 9,225 Obstetrical deliveries, and 5,288 Out-Patient 
visits to the Health Clinic by students, interns and residents and their 
families, employed professional and practical nurses, and department heads. 
In addition, this service save 1.608 immunizations for Tetanus. Influenza, 
Typhoid Fever and Diphtheria. 

INSERV1CE EDUCATION 

Preparing nursing personnel to function productively is a continuous 
he first time in the history of the Nursing Service Department, 
successful and well attended programs were conducted simultaneously for 
all levels of nursing employees. Totaled in hours, .1.504 were completed hy the 
professional nurses, I.3G2 by the practical nurses, and 7, SSI by the nurse 
aides. In addition, 76 hours were devoted to the formal orientation of pro- 
fessional nurses to their jobs, and 18 to practical nurses. 

The Operating Koom supervisory staff reported that 10 trainees have 
completed the Operating Room technician course, and 14 are enrolled In the 
present class. This program enables the Operating Room to fun. ; 
effectively because it produces an additional nursing perm 

who are prepared to give nursing service in the Operating Rooms. 

Brief periods of observation and orientation in Premature Infant Nursing 
were presented to 30 professional nurses, 22 professional nursing students, 
20 practice-] nursing students and 3 nurse aides. In cooperation with the 
teaching staff of the Tulsne Psychiatry Service, a four- hour program was 
planned for 10 resident physicians. 

The Cardiac Nursing Specialist began functioning on the adult Medical 
and Surgical services ibis year. Comprehensive study and careful preparation 
preceded this Innovation fn nursing at Charity Hospital. A bead nurse with 
teaching ability, great Interest in cardiac nursing, and extensive expei : 
la the nursing care of patients with diseases of the cardiovascular system 
was selected fur this important assignment. She received farther prepare 
lion fn teaching and supervision of cardiac nursing at the New Sort Hedlcal 
College, subsidies from th< Pederal Traineeship program i>r tip' i Apartment 
of Health, Education and Welfare, and the Louisiana Heart Association, 
enabled her to enroll in this educational program. By readily shai ;* 
knowledge in this area of nursing with the nursing staff in-1 the physi 
the Cardiac Nursing Specialist promotes duality nursing care for the patient 
with cardiovascular disease. 

The Nursing Service Department was given the total responsibility for 
providing clinical practice areas for all nursing schools who send their 
student* to Charily Hospital for development of nursinn skills 
managed by the Charity Hospital School of Nursing, this affiliate program 
involves planning the rotation schedules for approximately 51 llonaj 

ng students from the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing ami Louisiana 
State and Dillard Universities, and for 7!i practical nursing students from 
the L. E. Rabouin Vocational School and the Booker T. Washington High 
School. 



The Nursing Service Office staff participated in the educational pro 
grams of other hospital departments through formal Instruction In Nurslnir 
Service Functions and Activities. These classes were conducted for student 



30 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1963-1964 



nurses and medical technician interns, and an orientation program was 
given to the hospital's medical residents and interns. Nursing procedures, 
totaling 15 hours of Instruction, were taught to 36 student technicians in the 
Department of Diagnostic Radiology. The staff participated in community 
health program! through membership in the New Orleans Hospital Council 
the Louisiana H.-art Association, Charity Hospital's Volunteer Atlvis. 
Committee, the American Red Cross Nurse Enrollment and Disaster Coin- 
mute..-, the American Nurses' Association and the National League for 
Nursing. 

RECOGNITION 

Miss Lenore Andrien. R.N., Supervisor of the Out-Patlenf Department 
was a recipient of the Charles E. Dunbar Career Service Award at Its si 
annual meeting. We feel Justly proud of this attainment hy a member of tin 
Nursing Service staff who performs her <luties in an exemplary manner. 

Nursing Service employees who entered into retirement during the j 
numbered eleven, and of this five had twenty or moi o< 

service, 

wish to express appreciation to the hospital administrators for the 
cooperation given which greatly facilitated efforts for the Improvement of 
the nursing services. Much remains to be done, and in the coming year, we 
will continue to study and to evaluate material and personnel requit- 
for the Improvement of the Department at Nursing Service. Recorn< 
tions for action will be forthcoming, with emphasis placed on resources for 
the establishment of additional non-professional positions In sufficient num- 
ber to make possible the maintenance of a capable and productive nursing 
staff. 

Respectfully submitted. 

/s/ SISTER REOIS. 
R.N„ Director 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
July 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964 

To the Board of Administrators and Doctor Leo J. Kerne. Director Chmily 

Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans. 

Gentlemen: 

The Annual Report of the Dietary Department for the fiscal ; 
beginning July 1, 1963 and ending June 30, 1964. is herewith respectfully 
submitted : 

ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

The Dietary Department has maintained its staff of thirteen dietil 
and has continued to improve with more adequate supervision. Request 
made for additional dietitians to provide better coverage In all areas, in 
August 1963, approval was granted to increase the number of dietitian* 
from fifteen to seventeen. Areas of responsibility were planned as foUowi 

1 — Educational Director (Assistant Director) 

1 — Administrative Dietitian 

2 — Assistant Administrative Dietitians 

1— TherapuUc Administrative Dietitian — In charge of Patients' l 

Service 
8— Therapeutic Dietitians (3rd through 11th Floors) 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION SI 



1— Administrative Dietitian Student Nurses' Home 

1 — Clinic Dietitian 

1 — Assistant Clinic Dietitian 

1— Relief Dietitian 

On March 10, 13G4, the following Dietary Department employees were 
awarded pins for twenty-five or more years of service: 

Mary V. Allenbach Julia Hardin 

Hilda Constant Eunice Mayer 

Ida Cross Inez Roussel 

Lillian Frlloux Kdney Tabor 

Clarence Guldry Adele Tollver 

Revision was begun OB the Dietary Department employees' handbook 
Regular meetings for all patient food service employees— full-time and part- 
time— were planned and followed through from September to May, !t was 
.-ho successful that a similar plan for teaching employees will be used for 
next year. 

The revised Charity Hospital Diet Manual was distributed throughout 
the hospital on January 17, 1864. CopicB were also made available on request 
for staff doctors, residents and interns. 

Many requests from outside hospitals, doctors, and dietitians were re- 
ceived. A fee of $2.00 per copy was charged for diet manuals sent outside 
the hospital. 

The activities of the various Dietary Department Units are covered In 
the following order; 

1. Main Kitchen, Storeroom and Personnel Food Service 

2. Patient Food Service 
•i Formula Room 

4. Student Nurses' Residence 

5. Nutrition Clinic 

6. Dietetic Internship Program 

Main Kitchen, Storeroom and Personnel Food Service 

Four definite menu cycles for thp entire year have been completed, 
consisting of a Fall, Spring, Summer and Winter cycle. Each cycle consists 
ij-f four weeks of menus, and each cycle Is repeated three times consecutively. 

A new g-pan steam table has been added to the Main Kitchen, along 
with a (,-foot grill and two 50 lb. capacity deep fat fryers. The steam table 
area has been completely rearranged, producing a much more efficient work- 
ing condition and a better flow of traffic from service area to dining room. 
Two Hobart mixers, 80 quart capacity, have been purchased. One Is Used 
for patient food production, the other for personnel food production Thew 
mixers have helped Improve the quality of food produced as well as re- 
ducing production time. 

Extensive repairs were required on the patient side revolving oven Two 
pans of meat became jammed between shelves while rotating, spilling grease 
on the bottom of the oven, which became ignited and damaged the Insula- 
tion and motor. This cost of repair was fully covered by Insurance. 

Extensive repairs were also made on the garbage room. The walls were 
re-tiled, the celling replastered, and a new refrigerator unit installed. 

„„, Two flacWj typewriters were purchased, one for the Main Dletnrv 
nffice and one for Office No. 2. uieinry 

The Dietary Office No. 2 was alr-conditloned, This was badly needed 
bemuse of poor ventilation in this room which accommodates five people 
KM air-conditioning has improved the efficiency of these employees , , 



92 CHARITY HOSPITAJ>-1963-1964 



Comparative figures of meals served are as follows; 

1363-1964 1962-1963 

Patient Meals 1,922,503 2,023,518 

Personnel Meals 1.078,587 1,096,908 

Total Meala 3,001.090 3.120,426 

Special Meals Served 160.167 85,111 

Infant Formulae Prepared 118,851 118,884 

Patient Food Service 

The 3rd Floor received a new Savory Toaster with 8 racks, which to 
24 slloea of bread. 

Outlets for plugging In hot food carts were installed on both solarium* 
where cafeteria style service Is provided for patients. 

On the 4th and 5th Floors Jot sheets at the Nurses' station on each ward 
were replaced by a Kardex file. This necessitated n readjustment in our 
method of checking trays. 

The 4th Floor Dietitian's office was moved on a request by Sli 
Alfonsa from next to the east elevators to the far end of the east solarium. 

Two carts for serving milk and Ice cream to the patients were purchased 
for the 4th Floor. 

A Unitray food cart was purchased for the 6th Floor Infirmary-, whip), 
Is used In transporting meals from the Main Kitchen to the Gth Floor ar 
This accommodates the completely assembled trays, and consists of two 
sections, refrigerated and heated. This cart has proven most satisfactory - , 
enabling us to serve hotter and more palatable meals to Infirmary patients. 

In July 1963. two part-time employees were hired to work In the Out- 
side Units to eliminate the need of full time employees working split shifts. 

One employee — Julia Hardin— retired in December 1963 after 34 y< 
of servicee at Charity Hospital, 

The Dietary office and pantry in the Dibert building were painted. 

In compliance with recommendations made by the Health Department 
representative, a partition was built in the Colored TB dishroom to Bi 
the dishwashing area from the area used by other hospital personnel in 
transporting garbage and trash to the outside of the building 1 where trash 
and garbage are placed prior to pick-up. 

Formula Room 

Routine repairs were made on the bottle brush machine, refrlger:; 
autoclave, air-condltionlng, sinks and light fixtures. The ceiling In the 
storage room was repaired. 

A new door was Installed on the autoclave. 
The following new equipment was purchased: 
IS— Stainless steel baskets 

£ — Covered stainless steel stock pots 

1 — Stainless steel bottle washing sink 

2 — Non-electric pot sterilizers 

Student Nur«es' Home 

Cost accounting was transferred from the Student Nurses' Home to th« 
Main Dietary Office. Necessary records were made available to the >; 
Office where the food cost will be calculated and shown on the budget for 
the School of Nursing. 

Renovation began on the basement and first five floors In February 1964. 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 93 



Nutrition Clinic 

During the paat year a total of 17,931 patients were seen and Instructed 
on special diets in the Nutrition Clinic. Of these, new reduction diets totaled 
1,176, and reduction revisits totaled 2,339. 

The number of diabetica Instructed individually and reviewed on their 
diets was 4.03S. Besides the individual diabetic instructions, 171 patients 
relatives, and attendants, attended diabetic classes at which supplementary 
instruction is given every Friday afternoon. 

Various other special diet Instructions, included the following diets, 
variations, and combinations: normal, soft, bland, milk and cream, dumping 
syndrome, high protein, low protein, colostomy, low residue, sodium restricted, 
low fat, low cholesterol, ketogenic, high vitamin, high caloric, low purine, 
high potassium, gluten free, acid ash, alkaline ash, low phosphorus. These 
totaled 650; various diet revisits totaled 1,652. 

Obstetric clinic referred 5,188 pregnant women for diet instructions which 
are given in classes. Two or three classes are held daily. 

4,607 were instructed on normal pregnancy diets, 
178 were Instructed on toxemia diets. 
S79 were Instructed on toxemia-reduction diets. 
24 were instructed on reduction diets. 

Total broken appointments for revisits of reduction and various other 
diets were 1,930. 

Only one dietetic Intern was scheduled fur the Nutrition Clinic because 
the remainder of the class had completed the work prior to .Inly 1963. 

Eighty-eight student nurses rotated through the Nutrition Clinic, None 
were scheduled during several weeks, and not more than three were assigned 
for only one week. Better communications were established with the School 
of Nursing. 

New visual aids for use In instructing patients and/or student nurses 
Include mimeographed pamphlets with bland recipes and suggestions, a wall 
poster urging use of fruit, and a notebook of milk facts and uses on various 
diets. 

The patient record files were improved by a new procedure to keep th^m 
up-to-date; death records are checked periodically in the admitting depart- 
ment and death notices from the coroner's office and Tumor Registry are 
used. 

The revised diet manual was published during this year, and the Nutri- 
tion Clinic diet Instruction sheets for the patients were revised to correspond 
to the new diet manual. 

Dietetic Internship Program 

Five dietetic Interns completed their internship and were granted mem- 
bership in the American Dietetic Association on August Si, 1963, making 
a total of 228 Interns completing the course since Its establishment on 
July 1. 1944. 

Three of the dietetic interns from this class accepted positions on our 
staff and are still with us. 

Necessary changes have been made within the department to adjust to 
the withdrawal of the Dietetic Internship. Inquiry has been made Into the 
possibility of re-establishing the Dietetic Internship at Charity Hospital 



94 IARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

APPRECIATION 

Our gratitude Is extended tr> Dr. Kerne and his Assistants, the Boai-d of 
Administrators, the Sisters, the Medical and Nursing Staffs, the Engineering, 
Maintenance, Personnel and Purchasing' Departments, and all other Depart- 
ments of the Hospital, for the assistance and encouragement they have 
given us this past year. 

—ctfully submitted, 
CLYDE B. MOORE 
Food Service Director 



HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 

The annual report of the Housekeeping Department for the fiscal year 
beginning July 1, 1963, and ending June 30, 1964, is herewith submitted. 

The turnover of personnel, including the Housekeeping, Linen :ind 
Sewing Section, and Professional Student Living Quarters was sixty -six. 
Of this number there were oO resignations and 16 removals. Two retired by 
Age limit regulations. 

Five Housekeeping employees received recognition for twenty-five or 
more years of service at Charity Hospital. 

Six positions, (three Custodial Worker I, two Custodial Worker II and 
one Chauffeur position) which had been abolished In 1962, were reactivated. 
One new Custodial Worker I position was established. With these additional 
personnel, complete housekeeping responsibility was assumed on the Ninth 
floor. 

Twelve employees were transferred to other departments with promo- 
tional Increase, and four were promoted to higher classifications In the 
department. 

Four hundred thlrty-fuur mattresses were renovated; 326 for adult beds, 
108 crib mattresses. 

Window cleaning services were continued by contract with the National 
Building Services and Maintenance Company. 

Pest control work has been improved by the arrangement made for 
consultation services of the Southern Exterminating Company. The contract 
began January 1, 1964. 

Two new battery powered automatic floor scrubbing machines were 
ljurchased and put to use which has been a valuable aid in better floor 
cleaning in ward units. Five new Holcomatle floor polishing machines were 
purchased replacing obsolete equipment. 

The following linen replacements were made: 

9.97 G Large sheets (adult beds) 48 Arm basin covers 

7.489 Sheets 64" (roller) 684 G IT bags 

1,390 Crib sheets 696 Slings 

660 Bedspreads 288 Bed pan covers 

13,960 Pillow cases 493 Breast binders 

1,072 New blankets 432 Thomas splints 

-■■"""' Receiving blankets (baby 500 Leggings 

wraps) 3,714 Restraints 

673 New pillows 1,074 Hamper bags 

15,171 Patient gowns 91 Shower curtains 

2.731 Pajamas 124 Cubicle curtains 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 



H 



1,780 Robes 218 

23,088 Blrdseye diapers 134 

145 cs Disposable diapers 400/cs 61 

95 cs Disposable diapers 676/cs 12 
4,717 Large pads 1,205 
2,080 Bassinet pads 

50 cs Disposable pads 300/cs 18 

14,022 Bath towels 546 

12,884 Huck towels 73 

4,294 Kitchen towels IE 

15,107 Surgical towels 1G 

7,804 Terry wash cloths 716 

96 cs Disposable wash cloths 600 

500/cs 2,548 

13,542 Surgery wrappers 500 

552 Slit sheets jITii 

016 Eye sheets 2,758 

424 Special pieces ulii 

148 Armboard covers 774 
9T2 Blood pressure App. cuffs 



Dresser scarfs 

Damask table cloths 

Polurethane roller pads 

Polyurethane RX table pads 

Plastic mattress covers 

(adult) 

Plastic crib mattress covers 

Plastic pillow covers 

Roller pads covered 

RX table puds covered 

Plastic equipment covers 

Aprons 

Operating gowns Doctors 

Doctors caps 

Scrub shirts 

Scrub trousers 
Scrub dresses 
Nurses second gowns 
Reversible front snux-k- 



"tt'e acknowledge with grateful appreciation thr Interesl and rapport 
Which has been extended to the Housekeeping Department and Linen Section 
by the Board of Directors, Dr. L, J. Kerne and his Administrative Staff 
during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
/a/ SISTER CLARISSE 
Director of Housekeeping 



96 



CHARITT HOSPITAI^1963-1964 



1 








Total 




New Fslienti 


Old Patients 


Patient Visits 






in Clinics 


to Clinic* 




While * Colored 


White * Colored 


Mine & Colored 


Dental 


IMP 


149 


3.170 


10,465 


J.J90 


10, 614 




I 





632 


1 ,036 


533 


1 .035 




1 


3 


954 


1.481 


966 


i ,-;*i 


Dermatology . 1 


IB 


tn 


»,T04 


11.633 


ii ,888 


13,354 







a 


378 


248 


378 


348 


K*r. Now and Thru*! ! 


333 


ise 


7,420 


11,065 


r , i,.i ; 


11.231 


Eye... 


m 


424 


8.(181 


17.366 


1 ,a ;n 


1. ,7'*.; 


Eye Refractions 


33 


8 


4.460 


4,231 


4,602 


4,237 


Fundue Opbthaluiocaopy , . 

























1 





3,686 





3,687 




132 


213 


I.0H 


»,asa 


6,188 


III. S lift 


Gynecology Endocrine ... 








7 


245 


7 


249 


Gynecology Kfferral 

Ktwciai Gyumslojy 









M 




20 








603 


1.411 


60S 


1.111 


Pag . . 






ISO 




425 
13.022 




425 




16.862 


17,130 


13 . 349 


A. Rehabilitation (discontinued April] 














1964) 


') 





1 


2 


5 


3 


Arturitfc 





1 


2,122 


0,343 


2,122 


8,3*4 








2,072 


2,110 


2,072 


2.110 




:i 


3 


MM 


1 . IS 


90S 


1.436 


Chen 


5 


14 


534 


1,408 


539 


1. 1^2 


Oiagno»i ic Anesthesia ■ 





6 


29 


7» 


29 


85 


DnRnottic Medicate , . 


M 


S3 


474 


1.096 


SIS 


1,189 










!>70 


i.fiM 


:i7ll 




Gastroenterology 





ii 


377 


tiSl 


377 


581 


Hypertension Renal 





il 


712 




712 


2.UIS 





1 


46 


353 


45 


354 


Metabolic. 


I 





3.061 


11,65) 


3.052 


It, BBS 




a 


1 




1,09) 


23 


1.0M2 


Oncology 


a 


a 


.... 




99 


251 


Prato Medicine 


ii 





183 


226 


183 


22.. 


special Therapy,. 





12 


136 


1 ,373 


126 


1.385 


i ropicel Disease. 


a 







125 


73 


125 


Tuberculoaii . , . 


s 


is 


1,406 




4.410 


6,033 


Neurology . 


I'lS 


181 


8,881 




:i.U7i; 


4.781 


2 





680 


1 .334 




1.334 




113 


371 


2.168 


20.25U 


2,231 


30,830 






s 
t 


Mi 


4.517 
4,021 




4,533 









4.11-7 




448 


799 
22 
00 


8,633 


17,906 

1,408 

i.m: 


9,081 


18.4(15 




1,500 


Fractures 


20 




u:i 


1.187 


Hand 


1 


7 


273 


576 


274 


583 




(13 


89 

1.193 


300 


490 
10,011 


393 
2,359 


5 'J' I 


: ica end Immunisation 


11,334] 


Infant Feeding and luiluuuu:. 


M 


482 


IS 




35 


800 


Pedial rie Allergy 


3 





1,122 


3.139 


1,125 


3,130 


;.' Behavior.... . . 








20 


53 


20 


53 


Pediatric Cardiac 


S 





181 


:U8 


187 


318 


Pediatric Metabolic 


l 


2 


67 


274 


68 


276 


Pediatric Neurology . . 

PctUmric Tuberculin 


■7 


(1 


86 


III.H 


J-iii 


.-.I) \ 


3 


IS 


224 


m 


227 


808 


Pediatric I'roloiry 





1 


4 


IS 


4 


1.: 




2 


48 







3 


931 


Psychiatry 


239 


120 


5,283 


'.-..■n 


5.618 


S.034 


Child Psych ia,;ty 








n 


155 


85 


155 




Hi 


970 


10,646 


10,3*4 


11,310 









I 


464 


267 


404 






.7 


23 


868 


1,153 


876 


1.176 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 



97 



Clinic Semen 


New Patients 

in Clinics 
White & Colored 


Old Patiaota 

in Clinics 

White 4 Colored 


Total 

P»tient Visit* 

to Clinics 

White k Colored 


Plastic Kurflery .. . 
Proqto Surgery . 
Thoracic Surgery .... 
Surgery Gastroenterology ... 

Vascular Disease. 

Female Urology 

CyBTwtwipy . 
Urology Tumor. . 




1 

3 


1 
.1 

174 
U 






2 


2 

30 
184 

24 




225 
1.211 
1.148 

HI 
84 

874 
1.091 
3,71(1 
2,411 
1,101 
4 


MM 

1.020 

2.148 

I .068 

208 

Ml 

1 ,(88 

10.112 

1,181 

2. US 

21 


m 

1.214 
1.144 

864 
34 

871 

1.IC.I1 

3,884 

2,151 
1.101 

4 


I. HIS 
2.0S1 
2.148 
1,088 

Bit 

1.983 

111. 211. 

4,208 

2,148 

34 


TOTALS 


3,817 


o,4fl2 


110,517 


301,863 


12,1.184 


Ne.su 



Number ol Clinic Working Days (or Fiscal Ye»r 1M3-1M4 
Daily Average Patient Visits to White Clinics. . . 
Daily Average Anient Visits to Colored Clinics 



247 

m 

.2 IS 



YEARLY COMPARISON OF TOTAL PATIENT VISITS IN WHITE AND 
COLORED OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENTS— 1963-1964 



Total Visits in "White and Colored Out-Patient Department for 

1962-1963 425,009 

Total Visits in White and Colored Out-Pattent Department for 

1963-1964 431,479 



Increase 



6,470 



Total Visits in White and Colored out-Patient Department tn 

1963-1964 431.479 

Total White and Colored Out-Patient Visits in Radiology Department 

In 1963-1964 76.B47 

Total White and Colored Out-Patlent Visits in Physical Therapy 

Department In 1963-1964 9,872 

GRAND TOTAL 518,298 



98 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1984 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

CHARITY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

July 1, 1963 > June 30, 1964 

Dear Doctor Kerne, 

The annual report of the School of Nursing for the fiscal year ending 
.Tune 30, 1964, la herewith submitted: 

ACCREDITATION 

The School is approved (or accreditation by the National League for 
Surging and the Louisiana State Board of Nurse Examiners, A re-visit for 
continued national accreditation is scheduled for 1968; an interim report to 
this Agency will be submitted in 1965. 

EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL 

There were twenty resignations and twenty-three replacements In the 
teachlng personnel for the current year. The resignations according to educa- 
tion and preparation were as follows: 

Instructor I (K.N.) (3 positions) 

Instructor II (U.N. plus B.S.) (13 positions) 

Instructor III (UN, plus M.S.) (3 positions) 

Ass't Director II (M.S.) (1 position) 

Of great help has been the reactivation of several frozen positions. In 
this category, five Instructor and two typist-clerk positions bave been f 

Additional positions established have been four Instructor II positions. 
One II position has been reallocated to a HI. One guard position has been 
reallocated to Motion Picture Projector II. 

Teacher education programs included a two-week Faculty Workshop 
scheduled when faculty were free of student teaching and any other obliga- 
tions. The workshop was highlighted by a three-day seminar led by 1 »r. 
Dorothy W. Smith, noted author and educator, 

Throught the year there was faculty representation at conventions, con- 
ferences, workshops, study sessions, some of which are listed: 

Louisiana State Nurses Convention, Middle Management Train 
American Nurses Association Convention and Clinical Sessions, fn-s 
vice Education, State Board Program for Testing, Alcoholism Seminar 
for Nurses, Symposium, Mental Health Cunsultation in Community 
Agencies, American College of Surgeons Program for Nurses, Louisiana 
Heart Association Scientific Sessions for Physicians and Nurses. LouIkI. 
ana Association for Mental Health Program. 

STUDENT WELFARE 

Total number of students living in residence is 325: Charity students, 
277 anesthesia students. 48. There are three staff members. 

At this time, the building is undergoing extensive repairs of the first 
five floors. This Includes new flooring, repair and replacement of plumbing, 
painting: combination system of air conditioning and heating: floresoenl 
lighting. A new fire alarm system is being installed throughout the building. 

An intercommunication system between telephone switchboard and 
students' cafeteria is being added; also, four new trunks to the present 
telephone system. A new amplifier system for lobby areas and students' 
cafeteria to play records and connect with AM/FM radio stations Is planned 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 



The remaining floors, 6th through 14th, should he given top priority for 
renovation and repair. Also quite Important la the need to replace and repair 
the furnishings of the entire residence. In student rooms there is one desk 
for two students; one chair for two students. There is one dresser with three 
drawers for the two students. Some type of wall unit to hold books and 
reference material is needed. 

AFFILIATIONS 

Discontinuance of the affiliation program has been completed, 

STATISTICS 

Charity Students 277 

Students graduated 83 

Students admitted , IGn 

Withdrawals 6ft 

Personnel: 

Nursing Education: 

Teaching & Administrative (incl. 2 Sisters) 36 filled 6 unfilled 

Clerical , 12 filled 

Motlun Picture Projector Operator II 1 filled 

Siudent Nurses Living Quarters 

Residence Supervisor , 1 

Hostesses 7 

Clerk 1 6 

Elevator Operators 6 

Switchboard Operators 1 

Resignations: 

Teaching Personnel 20 

Clerical S 

RECRUITMENT AND FINANCIAL AID 

Open House for high school students was held January 10, 1964, attended 
by 97 students, representing 14 high schools. Approximately 1,0011 catalogs 
were mailed in answer to Inquiries of interest in entering our school. 

Four hundred sixty applications were processed. Of this total, 195 
applicants were accepted, 122 from Louisiana, However, on the entrance 
dates 161 enrolled, 93 being from Louisiana. 

Total number of applicants rejected amounted to 162; 98 from Louisiana, 

The Hospital granted loans of $110.00 to two students, and to one stud.nl 
for $75.00, The W.K, Kellogg Foundation Loan Fund at Charity granted 42 
si.iiiis for personal expenses. These loans ranged from $10.00 to $65.00 making 
a total of $1,231.00 for the year. 

Scholarships sponsored by civic and philanthropic organizations were 
granted to 22 students. Amounts given ranged from $117.00 to $750.00. making 
a total of $7,522.00. 

Students employed at Charity Hospital on a pay basis during their free 
time worked a total of 3,224 days during this fiscal year ending June an, i:ai4 



100 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

Refurnishing the student nurses' residence: bedrooms, lounges, offices. 

Completion of the renovation and repair of the student nurses' residence. 

Consideration to a new Education Building or extensive repairs to the 
present building. 

Addition to the student nurses' residence; combined auditorium -gym- 
nasium above the present parking area on Gravler street 

Provide mechanical control to entrance of School of Nursing parking 
lot on Gravler street or provide a guard on day shift. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

The Administration of Charity Hospital at New Orleans and the Hospital 
Board of Administrators have devoted much time and energy to the tremen- 
dous needs of the school both in Its faculty and In Its physical facilities; we 
are very grateful for the confidence placed In this department and for the 
Improvements achieved up to this writing. 

Respectfully submitted, 
/s/ SISTER BLANCHE 
Director, School of Nursing 



REPORT OF SISTERS* DIVISION 



101 



OPERATING ROOMS 





Operation* 


Cum 




5. IV- 1 

J,8*M 

1.189 
1.074 


562 








28 








30 
1,145 




s,«a 






TOTALS 


11,871 
IG.0S1 

333 
130 


0,406 


GRAND TOTAL 

OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— 10th FLOOR 


GRAND TOTAL 


463 











Operation* 


Cut 




Operations 


Cub* 


Dokjado Oseratino Rooms 


478 

m 

417 
503 

3ia 

408 
US 

458 

i'-r 

$44 
024 


K 

11 
13 
12 
I'.i 
13 

t 
12 

8 

10 
12 
15 


Miles Operating Rooms 


$11 

241) 
334 
;«o 

;m 

Ml 
385 









2 






October. 


















M»reh 






April . 


Mey 




Miy . 

June. 




Tunis 

Eye Rooms 
July 


3 


Tol*l» 


0.034 

108 
103 
102 
118 
72 
82 
U 
70 
80 
110 
86 
120 


154 

82 
M 

74 
91 
64 
80 
78 
74 
83 
87 
K 
73 


3,838 

78 
94 

M 

or 

72 
H 

1011 
120 

107 


28 


Bronchoscopy & E.N.T Rooms 


D 






a 

3 


October 




C 

1 




Dctxmber 


2 

4 




U 


Watts 


1 






1 




May 


1 


. ... 









To'.*!* 






1,100 















089 

IM 

ISi 
117 
157 
98 
75 
113 
78 
80 
100 
231 

:<2 


1.074 

47 

48 
H 

37 
36 
02 
49 
02 
46 
45 
48 


20 


Plaster Rooms 

July 


Cystoscopy Rooms 

July 


111 




318 
299 






320 






227 




223 






381 




2'.H 






807 


iptj] 




311 


M»y 


Miy 






June 

Totals 


.;;<).< 


Totsls 





1,545 


502 


!,«« 





102 



•'I1AHITV HOSPITAI 1363-1964 



OPERATING ROOMS (Continued) 





Main 
Build inx 


Dibert 
■•Uai 


Bn '• a 

Building 


foDtuioUB 

Building 


Polio 
Center 


Mr 

AagQgt 
Hepie tuber 
Oclobfr 

December 

February 

March 

April, 

my 

June 


i.ne 
i.ata 

l,MI 

1,189 

1.238 
1.007 
1.4:17 
1.S67 

1.723 

1.S3J 


1 

•1 

s 

3 
1 

3 
I 
4 
2 
I 


1 
1 
■ 

3 
1 

3 
2 



a 

1 
a 


3 
1 
2 
3 
3 
2 
S 
a 
1 

4 
1 






2 

n 

n 





1 


TOTALS. 


1&.663 


» 


32 


38 


3 







BURN DRESSING ROOM 


Operation* 


C«w 


Mj . - 

AuKUBt. . 

SepLember 

October - . 








11 





6 


a 







11 




November 





December 





January 


1 


February 




March . 

April 

May 

June 


11 



TOTALS 


D 





OBSTETRICAL DIVISIONS' iOih FLOOR 


Cesarean 








Section* 


Operations 


Total* 


WD 


32 


14 


4(1 


Augujt. - . 


29 


13 


a 


SopteeaAiK . 


40 


lfi 


>w 


October . . 


28 





34 


November 


28 


10 




December 


35 


13 


It 


January. 


22 







frebniary 


14 
241 


6 
4 


19 


Msnh, . 




April 

May.. 


22 
2? 


15 


37 

38 


■1 Hue 


3D 


18 


is 


TOTALS.. . 


333 


140 


463 



REPORT OF CONTAGIOUS TXIT 



103 



RECOVERY ROOMS 



IMS 


A-Jli i::--i..ji^ 


Deaths 


J* 


1,002 
1.032 

an 

l.ri-n 

TSS 

Si" 

m 

!»ST 
1,036 
1,138 
t,MS 
1,042 


5 

e 




6 

s 




2 


im 


S 

g 




3 




] 


M.v , 


a 
s 




s 


TOTAI 


11,834 


90 







CONTAGIOUS UNIT 





C*M3 
Admitted 


Discharged 


Deaerted 


LV.,11,.. 


Diwwftt 


Whit. 


Col 


White 


Col. 


White 


Col 




4 


2 


1 






















It 

1 
24 
M 
87 


1 
5 


17 


1 


1 


















11 
30 
18 


1 














a 






I 


4 












23 


12 


8 






















13 

n 

4<M 

1 

77 

459 
25 
3! 




13 
M 

352 

1 

60 

ISO 

7 

22 

2 

1 

1 

18 












ia 

44 

IB 
107 
IT 
3 
1 


1 
1 


1 

i 


1 
I 


18 














1 






1 


7 


25 






















1 

1 
1 
17 

a 






1 
1 
4 
! 






















1 
















l 

138 
741 




4 
M 
fit 










I'lIC 


222 








:< 


Stupefied of Conlagifflii Diieues 


3 


I 


18 


37 


TOTALS 


2.220 


sou 


1,673 





i 


M 


N 







/«/ S19TKE MARfiARKT MAiiY, 
Boptr ri w a 



1M CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



THERAPEUDIC RADIOLOGY 

J. V, Sch loner, M.D., Assistant Director 

Vew Cases , , , 2,891 

Clinic Visits 7,576 

Ward Admissions 235 

Ward Discharges 46J 

Ward Deaths , 

Ward Desertions , 

ROENTGEN THERAPY 

Patient Visits , 8.: 

Treatments , 23,299 

VAN DE GRAAFF UNIT 

Patient Visits S.905 

Treatments , 11,435 

RADIUM THERAPY 

White Patients 

Colored Patients 

Total fig 

Xumher of Applications , 261 

RADIOISOTOPE LABORATORY 

1-131 Uptakes , l,84i> 

1-131 Blood Volume 999 

[-181 Localization of Tracer Concentrations 275 

[-181 Localization of Tracer Concentrations & Uptakes .74 

1-131 Pat Absorption , 28 

Cr-Bl Erythrocyte Survival Study 

Co-60 Schilling 224 

1-131 lienograms Ins 

1-131 100 Mlcrocurie Scan ......,..'..'.'.','..'.]..'....,,.. 

1-131 100 Mlcrocurle Scan & Uptakes 

1-131 Placentaseans 

Fe-59 Clearance . in 

Fe-59 Utilization '...'.'..'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '. '. '. 

TOTAL !.'."."."!!.'.".".".'.'.'.'.'.*.'".'.'.'.'.".".' ~SJ83 

1-131 Treatments 4 3 

P-32 Treatments 

Au-IiJS Treatment* 

Respectfully submitted. 

/s/ MANUEL GARCIA, M.D. 
Director, Department of Thentpeutl.- 
Radiology 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 10S 

DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 
Annual Report for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1964 

Dr. Charles M. Nice, Jr., Director 
Assistant Radiologists 
Ramon A. Mouton, M.D. 
Albert Hendler, M.D. 
Lamar Bain, M.D. 
David Hartlee. M.D. 
Mary Holland, M.D. 

Total number of patients examined 181,784 

Total number of films used 477,364 

Total number of fluoroscopies 12,070 

Total number of examinations 212,831 

HOSPITAL CASES 

White 28,453 

Colored 44.SB3 

ACCIDENT CASES 

White , 9,900 

Colored 21.821 

CLINIC CASES 

White 20.899 

Colored 48,466 

EMPLOYEES 7,188 

SIZES OF FILMS USED 

14 x 17 175.695 

14 x 14 6,628 

II x 14 28.806 

10 x 12 133,610 

8 x 10 116,463 

7 x 17 15,481 

Polurolde 2,918 

PARTS EXAMINED (Number of Examinations) 

Chest 103.369 

Abd-PeMs 14.848 

Slnus-Mastold 2,409 

Upper Extremities 17.906 

Lower Extremities 24,007 

Gastrointestinal , 1 6 486 

Genitourinary 11702 

Spine 9 257 

8hu " 12.338 

Respectively. 



/s/ CHARLES M. NICE JR. 
Director, Diagnostic Radiology 



10G 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



PERSONNEL AS OF JUNE 30, 1964 

Staff 

Emma S. Mobs, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., P.C.A.P., Director, Certified American Board 
Of Pathology: Anatomic Pathology. Clinical Pathology and Clinic.! 1 
Microbiology 

Monroe S. Samuels, M.D., Associate Pathologist. Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Anatomic Pathology, Clinical Pathology and Forensic 
Pathology 

Jerald R. Schenken, M.D.. Associate Pathologist, Certified American Board 

of Pathology: Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology 
Marlon Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 

Resident Staff 

Joseph Simpson, M.D. 

Robert Stanley "White, M.D. 

Joseph Guillory, M. D. 

Edward Boagnl, M.D. 

John D. Milam, M.D. 

Wayne Elliott, M.D. 

Rodney Holcomb, M.D. 

Julian Henderson, MJ>, 

Marlon Simpson, M.D, 

Michel Medawar, M.D. 

Thomas Gilchrist, M.D. 

Paul Gard, M.D. 

Bryce Bliss, M.D. 

Guy Guarino. M.D. 

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Students admitted 32 

Students completing training ' 19 

Students in training .'...'..,,'..'.'..'...'.'. ..'.[.].'." '.""'. . SS 

TECHNICAL STAFF 

Patricia Sallas. B.S., M.T. (ASCP), Chief Medical Technologist 

Eola Straueh, M. T. (ASCP) 

Marie Louise Gra«£nard, B.S., MT (ASCP1 

Marilyn Miller, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mildred Howies, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Ailleen J.nnney, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

Carolyn Alford Salamone, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Jo Ann Durand. M.T. (ASCP), B.S. 

Jane Scarborough. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Jo Etta Brennan, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP)— Part time employee 

Mae Richards, M.T. (ASCP) 

Sue Holman Davis, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Sonya Trebucq, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

V VO tine Nell, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Gray Malcom, B.S., M.T. (ASCP)— Part time employee 

Jerelyn Swan son. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Polly Williams, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mary Schutte, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Barbara Walker, B.S., M.T (ASCP) 

Nancle Sill, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) ■ 

K:itherlne D. Murray, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 



107 



Vivian Taylor, B.S., M.T, (ASCP) 

s. Jane White, B.S., M.T. (ASCP)— Part time employee 

Cecilia Bell, B.S„ M.T. (ASCP) — Part time employee 

Merle Levine, M.T. (ASCP) — Part time employee 

Clyde Elliott, B.S. 

Gale Klbllng, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Raymond Martin, B.S. 

Ann Goerz, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Anita Siifffrs, B.S.* 

Glen da Killeen, B.S,* 

Nancy Harkess, B.S.* 

Glynes Westh. B.S.* 

Charlene Hebert, B.S.* 

Constance Trout, B.S,* 

Ronald Schmidt, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Sbirtey Aln.swotth, B.S., H.T., C.T. 

Xeomi Landry, Laboratory Technical Assistant III 

Joycelyn Schiro, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 

Jaequelyn Aueoin, Laboratory Technical Assistant 

Linda Traxclair, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 

Judy Bowers, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

<en Garner, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 
Irene Broussard, Laboratory Techntc.il Assistant I 
Connie Winlnger, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 
David Rossbach, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 
Mario Williamson, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 



C.T. — Part time employee 



III 



•Will be eligible for Registry Examination in July 1964. 



DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES 






19*3-15*4 


IM-1KI 


<>ut-IVlicn( Clinic Laboratories 

WWlf 


69,006 

87,084 
139,040 
2B3.184 
82,780 
20,382 

323,136 

84,770 

35.483 

6,731 

2;i,tw. 

991 
;;],".<■> 

1SJ 
2.KRI 
11,577 


17,630 

86,143 


Biochemist r'. 

Histutunbotogy 


I8S.09S 

170,681 
54,633 




21,678 


Bacteriology 

Tuberculosis 


340.641 
4a, 729 
40,846 




30.434 
785 




at .on 




129 
3,739 




10,287 






GRAND TOTAL 


1,118,767 


1,121,994 







SURGICAL PATHOLOGY 



1068 IM4 



IMJMMt 



>urnirfll specimen* received and sectioned . 

Tulanc Unit 

L.S.U.Dntt 

CoaiuluiioB*— frown notions 789 



15.7'j'j 
7.431.83.4% 
8,338-18.6% 



It.SSS 

7,99&$2 4% 
7,284-47.5% 



108 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



ANATOMIC 


PATHOLOGY 






1B63-1S>W 


1962-1983 


Total Number of Deaths 


3,017 

Mi 

18 


2.S87 


Coroner Cases Uns.vs.Uahk fof Autopey 


683 


La. State Anatomical Board 


IT 








Bodies Avsilsble for Aulonay . . 


Z,«4 
1.691—67% 

277 

201—73% 
Ti 
t,8H 
1,236 

6*1—63% 


2,307 




I.IW teWl 




217 


Btfllborns Aulopeied 


178— J 


Dead un Arrival — Aulopeied 


7B 


Total Number of Autopsies 


1,879 


Total N umber of Coroner Cisee . . . 


1.235 


Coroner Cues Autope.ed by Hospital 


672— 84 4'; 







PASTEUR INSTITUTE 

Total patients admitted to Pasteur Clinic 576 

Pnsteur treatment administered 

Patients under observation 576 



Report from Biochemistry Laboratory 



Blood 



Sugar , 5fj 

Urea. , , ! I II ' "I '.'.'.'.".'. '. '.'..'. ".'.. W 

Uric Acid , , 2 

Creatinine , ' " ' 12 

Chloride 22 

co>.. Illlllli;i!";ii"i;i." "iiiiiii.'Illllllllllli. a* 

Cholesterol , , . *""* - r * * ^ 3 

Bilirubin ....."II"" !I]]IIII!!! 11 

Calcium, .... ,.,...!!! II!! II HI""!. II. 3 

Fnospnoroi, , , , , . 

b.sT. ::;; ;;;;: % 

Albumin *" 3 

Globulin . 

Total Protein .IIIIII III I" "II....... 

Acid Phosphatase Ill "IIIIII""' " """ """""""IHIIHIIII.. 

Alkaline Phosphatase -I 

Thymol Turbidity... ;!..".; ;;";;;;;;; IIIIIIIIIII 3 

Amylase , , 2 

Lipase ' " 

VitsroinC, " 

Bromide 

Panto Red 

Salicylate • 

Bultatbiaiole .11111.1 I""."!.. 

Fibrinogen , 

Creatine , , ...... .III! " 1 1 IIIII II . 

Sodiums. , | .j 

Potassiums ,. 1. 1 II IIIII III "I !!!!!!!! Ill 

Transaminases II 1 1 1 IIIIII". "IIIIIIIIIIII IS 

M isceltaneous 

Urine: " ' . . 

Dree 

Suiter ' 

Chloride "IIIII]""!".! II 

Urobilinogen 

Bile ...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII 

Rente Jones. ,1 .IIIIIII! ............... • • 

Creatine... 

Urie Acid IIIII" III I HI"! ' 

Creatinine, IIIIIIIII I III " " " ] 1 1 ! ! ! '. I '. '. 

Calcium. . .,,,...., * * "' .....,.*.......■-■-'• 

I'rolein I! II I II I ! I" I!"I I HI 

Porphyrins ■! II II III IIII I" 

Sodiums ,,....., 

Potassiums. "" 

SerotoaJM, 



■36 
978 

m 

BH 

.851 
723 
298 
S00 

m 

OH 

174 
174 
100 
KM 
,681 
Hi 
681 
31 

4 
'.(7 

I 
138 

S 
17U 

4 
120 
DM 

tts 

7 

26 
I* 

8 

10 

s 

IS 

21 

3 

230 
34 
38 

1U 
28 
IS 
(8 
33 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 103 

Phenyl pyruvic, , . , * 2 

Melanin. , ,,,,,..,.,,...,,,,.. , . . , 

Miscellaneous , 3 

Spinal Fluid: 

Sunt , , 3.147 

Chloride 1.844 

ToUl Protein, l.JBi 

Stool: 

Bile $ 

Sterobilkogea 9 

Trypsin , It 

Capillary pH 17 

B idney Stones 11 

Miscellaneous . 1 



TOTAL , 283,184 



Report from General Diagnostic Bacteriology Laboratory 

Cultures: 

Blood 7,91* 

Pui ....,.,, 10,173 

Spinal Fluid 1.387 

Eye l.W 

Jloee and Throat 4,80* 

Urine 17,88* 

Stools 3.1IS 

Sputum* S.B10 

Microaerapndic ,. .................... 18,814 

Anaerobic Culture*. .,.,,..,,, . . . .,.............-..--.---. ''^ 

Autopsy Cultures. . ... ....,..,...,...., 743 

Miscellaneous. 1 . 247 

Identification Testi: 

Aside l.»»7 

Coaiulase S.01I 

Oiirlaae , 8,01* 

Ehilich. Test Bl 

Bile Solubility , f .«0» 

Stains: Gram ,,.,... * 88,481 

Albert's 8 

Serological Tests M* 

Organisms Isolated 31,86S 

Sensitivities 188,038 



TOTAL 323.13* 



Report from Bacteriology— Contagious Unit 

Cultures: Blood !.•" 

Pus *01 

Spinal Fluid I .""S 

Noseand Throat , 3,437 

Urine 3" 

Stool* 1.387 

Sputum 108 

Microaeophilkt,..,..... 1,787 

Sensitivity Tests U.4I0 

Serological Typinra S.S78 

Identification Teats: 

Coagulaw l.JBS 

Oxidase 4,810 

Khrlich's Testa MS 

liile Solubility I.D93 

Oram.. B.237 

Albert's 318 

Organisms Isolated 10, 1« 

Miscellaneous ll» 



TOTAL 44,770 



110 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



Report from Bacteriology — Tuberculosis Unit 

SPECIMEN.- RECEIVED: 
Bone Marravs 

Brnrffaial Wt*t,in» jg 

Gastric Wulibo 55 

Pleural Fluid ... g» 

Pus 2 3-» 

Spinal Fluid . «2~ 

•i. 

Tu»p» 

Urine 

Other W 

TOTAi B- 53 * 

DIAGNOSTIC I'RUI 1,1)1 ! . „ 

Smsar*.. '■'• s ' : 

Ctswentratinnt S>5™* 

•jf«... : I9 »6* 

Nucitj J - S5fi 

CaulMM l.TM 

Neutral Red , r 'l 

ftensitivitia 1.140 

Atypical Studies s '2 

Direct Smnrs . " 

Miscellaneous " 

TOTAL 3s --»83 

Report from Bacteriology — Mycology Unit 

SPECIMENS RECEIVED: 

Bone Marrow 31 

Bronchial Win! urns 

DermatokHty Cultures. ..... ■'■' ■ 

Gastric Washings M 

Pleural Fluid. . . .2 

Pus >72 

Spinal Fluid. ., '3 

Sputum »■ 

Tissue W 

l'r..'i- 16 

OUwr 18 

TOTAL.. . L987 

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE.-: 

Cultures 

BloevdAmx H 

Brain Heart Infitwiosi W 

Com Meal Aw Sg 

Case in with Thiamin 

Case m wilhoul Thiamin. . . .,.,,,.. - ^80 

MvCOCtl 1,113 

Potato AdJlT 

Rice Medium , . . ■ H 

Sabouraud < 1 . S25 

Hair Cultures 

Slide Cultural 

Kit Preparation* I .OiO 

Stains 

Gram . 518 

ludialnk ... , ! O 

Wrinl.t . 

Stock Cultures ■• 119 

TOTs.L 6.722 

Report from Virus Laboratory 

Throat Swa.be, Gaifslings and Aspirated Fluid Specimens 

Specimens received . , H° 

Teal performed: 

1. Etui Inoculations . ■ 76 

2. Neutnlixstion Testa 8 

3. Mouse Inoculations. 11 

4. Tissue Cultures , 172 

tuool Specimen* 

Specimens received U' 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 111 



Test performed: 

1. Mouse Inoculations , ..,,. » « , 33 

2. fc#& Inoculations . 16 

3. Neutralization Tests , 71 

4 . Tissue Cultures 1 .Q4JS 

Blood Specimens 

Specimens received. „ , ,.,,,. , 420 

lest. Performed; 

1 . Mouse hi wulatbiis ......... ............. 2 

2. Neutralization Tests . . . . IT 

3, Tissue Cultures .............. .... 3 

4, Complement fixation ......... 1 

Spina] Fluid Specimens 

Specimens received _ 131 

Test performed; 

1 . Mouse Inoculations M 

2. KjEfr Inoculations . . . * — 38 

3. Tissue Cultures 348 

1 Neutralization Tests . 1 

Brain and Other Tissue Specimens 

Sperimena received. , , , , 3" 

Test performed: 

1 . Mouse Inoculation. » ... ,*„ .-..* .... .*v .».«.. 37 

2. Eiut Inoculations . . . . SB 

3 . Tissue Cultures left 

4 . Neutralisation Testa. . . 

Henntftduiinatioun and Hemagglutination Inhibition Tests: . 166 

Total Specimens Received 1 . Ifll 



TOTAL 



Report from Consultative Hematology Laboratory 

Hemoglobin 1 . 851 

RcdlibodCellCtmnt BO 

White Blood CeHCdunt 2,003 

DofTerentia I Cell Count . ... 2. CM! 

Hematocrit , , 2.0&B 

Sedimentation Rate . ». SM 

Wet Preparations l.Wl 

Mean Corpuscular Volume W2fi 

Mean ("orpu^ular lleniopbbin .-. ■,„ ,..*.,...,, A2JS 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration , , ->2S 

ktfyte Count 1,747 

Platelet Count 1.003 

Prothrombin , o,Uft4 

Prothrombin Consunipt ion 180 

Plasma Hcca]cification and Partial Thromboplastin Time 30 

Fragility , ...... r ■ 

Coagulation and bleeding lime ,.,. Hfl 

(Not Retraction „ 1G8 

Cryoglobulin j 

tlcterophile Antibody Reaction. , 037/ 

Beef Cell Absorption 48 

Guinea Pip Absorption 48 

Bone Marrow 34S 

Bone Marrow Smears & • 13ft 

Bone Marrow Sections. ... . 210 

Cold Agglutinations i:; " 

Eosinophil Count W 

L H Preparations. *lft 

Rumpel Lcede 114 

ne Proteins ftW 

Bbetropboxatk: 

Protein: ... ■ - - ....... JftU 

Hemonlobui 103 

Miscellaneous . 30 



TOTAL . . 2&.Q07 

Report from Parasitology Laboratory 

timoan tor TrophosoHes. . . . . II . lift 

Flotations fur ma and cysts. ............... , 0,003 

PiEWiLoQCopic examination*! ...,.,,.. . . . , ]£ 

Anal swabs ..... * - 130 



112 CHARITY H0SPITA1>-1B63-1964 

Malaria. ... 

Thic k dtop [or malaria J 

Iron Hematoxylin ifains 3* 

Occult Blood a.TBS 

Fat Stain* . ... 30 

Urinalysis 34 

Mucellaoeoo*. .. I3 l 



TOTAL 80,282 

Report from Colored Out-Patient Clinic Laboratory 

Urine examinations 28,438 

Blood Pictures: hemoglobin IS, 072 

white cell count , jjj ■ JJ3 

differential count 52? 

sedimentation rate £j*l 

rd trutocyte count .... , 808 

sickle cells M| 

hematocrit 18. SI ft 

Bacteriological smear c-xpaminationa 

Eye cultures made ................ ** a 

Phenolaulphonphthale in determinations.. 

Glucose Tolerance collected , ~"~ 

Urine Acetones 389 

Urine Bile '.'.[".[".'" ' '.. 89 

Bpeci mem Collected 44 744 

TOTAL .'...„. 139.040 

Report from White Out-Patient Clinic Laboratory 

Urine Examinations 

Blood picture*: hemoglobin 

red cell count 

wbite tell count ... 

differential count ............. 

sedimentation rates 

reticulocyte count 

platelet count 

hematocrit ,,.,,,..,,.. 

clot retraction 

■icicle cell ....... . , 

Coagulation time ...... 

Bleeding time 

Bacteriological amear examinations. ,,,,,,,., 

Eye cultures made .. 

Phenolsulphonphthaje in determinations 

Glucose tolerance collected 

Urine acetones * . 

Miscellaneous ..,.!.. .I/III. 

Urine bile.. . ., 

Specimens collected. '.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.','.'".' ij' raV 
TOTAL 

Admissions Division Tests 
Hemoglobins.,.., , 
White cell can 
Hematocrit*. 
Urinalyses. 



7.S81 


6,711 


2 


7.447 


2. 80S 


43S 


40 


38 


8, 001 


1 


3 


1 


1 


27 


109 


S 


140 


m 





8T 


48.047 


2,110 


4,272 


3.127 


422 


9,038 



TOTAL 

GRAND TOTAL 

Report from Serology Laboratory 

Blood Kolmers: positive 3,39ft 

negative *T» 

anti-complementary 

unsatisfactory , ,,....,......,..■- 87 



Total ,, 4,393 

Quantitiative Kobnenv. 
blood: 

positive ............ ,...,,.... .-• ■■ Hi 

negative 93 

Total 2oT 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 



113 



Quantitative VDRLe: 
blood: 

positive 1,054 

negative , 1,94s 

Total 3 l8 10 

Blood VDRL: positive 3,818 

negative , 13.371 

uSBttBTactory 32 

Tot»l 40.319 

Spinal Fluid Kobnerti 

positive , ......... 117 

negative , 1,782 

unsatisfactory ........ , 31 

Total 1 ,920 

Spinal Fluid VDRLs: 

positive ...........■*. 20 

iterative , , Ml 

unsatisfactory . . , , 1.319 

Total 1.820 

Colloidal Gold Teats 1.742 

Spinal Fluid Cell Counts .. . 149 

Total I. Ml 

TOTAL M.&nO 

ABO Titers , 1,388 

Liter Teats 1.243 

Agglutinations: Typhoid "0" M* 

Typhoid "U". 889 

Paratyphoid W7 

B. abortus , ., ..,,,,,., .. 659 

ProwusOXIO 064 

Tularensen 34 

Miscellaneous, , 3 

Total 3.322 

Immuno-Hemalolngy 

ABO Typings , MO 

Rho(D) Typings ill 

Genotype btudiea ...... , 488 

Antibody Studies 477 

Anybody Titrations 3! 

Transfusions Reactions, ■ 4 

Coombs 467= 

Total 1.534 

GRAND TOTAL M.OW 

Report from Histopathology Laboratory 

Surgical slides completed 3*. 0*2 

Autopsy slides completed , In , 187 

Fiosep sections , , 789 

Special slides — stains 1 ,482 

TOTAL 82.780 

Report from Emergency Laboratory 

Spinal Fluid-. 

Sugar. 711 

Chlorides 367 

Blood Chemistry: 

Urea-nitrogen, $,W& 

*Jf?i 3.381 

<J>ond6s 3,2,13 

C *- 3.620 



114 



'■IIAHITV IIOKl'ITAL- 1968-1964 



Amylase! 

Bilirubin!, 

Blood Counts: 

White Blood Cell« 

Differential 

Hematocrits 

Urinalyses ,, 

Cultures 

Prothrombin Times 

Bod no ........ 



Miscellaneous. 



746 

.477 

17 
13 
12 

38 
,120 
102 
SB 
67 
10 



TOTAL 



u.ws 



Morgue 

Trip* to ward* by Autopsy Assistants to convey deceased bodies to Mor**ue 

Bur i»ls prepared: 

Bodies (mostly stillborn*) 
Organs 

Un of Morgue Amphitheatre 



Clinical Path Confront?* . 

Tukne Chutes 

L, S. U. Classes 



38 
405 



3.452 



26 

187 



Hours 

38 
743 
405 



Report from Venereal Diagnostic Laboratory 



Darbneld eliminations 

rkrnpinis (or Dooonui bod™. 

Frei skin testa 

Gram's Stains 

Fun aus 

M iscellaoeous 



IOTA1 



28 

32 
31 

:; 

11 
3 



127 



Report of Pregnancy Teste 
Total for year • 992 



Report from Cytology Laboratory 



Female Genital Tract 

L.S.O.. 

Tulane. 



CruiarT Tract 

Lb.0.. 



Tnlaai 



Alimentary Tract 

L.S.U 

Tulane 



OTusion 

L. S. i:. 
Tulane. 



ery I 
L.ttU.. 
Tulane. 



Total. 



Total. 



Total. 



0.228 
2.81S 



353 
52 



26 
36 



177 
173 



1,013 
547 



'J.017 



Total. 



62 



.;,- 



I.SM 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY H5 



Cerebrospinal fluid 

L.S. U 

Tiilsne 



Miscellaneous 
L.S, V.. 
Tukne.. 



Total. 



Total. 
Total 

L.S.B 

Tuline, 



134 
22 


166 


83 
3S 






01 




7. 656 
3,862 



GRAND TOTAL 11.577 



116 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



a 



Summary of the activities of the Russell L. Holman Cytology Lab, th 
Department of Pathology. Charity Hospital of Louisiana in New Orleans. 

In the years 1963-1964 the laboratory processed 11,088 specimens in 1963 
and 11,299 specimens In 1964. This represented cell samples from patients 
from a variety of services In the hospital. The vast majority were those 
from patients on the gynecological services and the main indication was 
for the detection and diagnosis of carcinoma of the uterus. A number of 
women on the obstetrical services were also screened for carcinoma, of the 
cervix. The remainder of the specimens were largely sputa tor detection for 
carcinoma of the lung, urine samples for the detection of carcinoma of the< 
bladder and kidneys. There were spinal fluid examinations, body cavity 
fluid examinations, a few breast secretion smeaxs also for the detection of 
carcinoma of the breast, During this period in our school of cytotechnology 
we trained twenty students (most of these Btudents sought employment in 
the Louisiana area). The resident program in Pathology also benefited having- 
the resident pathologists rotate through a laboratory for a period of usually 
one month per year for instruction. Workshops were conducted in the labora- 
tory and also elsewhere at the annual meeting of the American Society of 
Cytology dealing with detection of carcinoma in the urinary tract. The labora- 
tory has one cytopathologlst and four eytotechnologists operating the diag- 
nostic cytology laboratory and the school of cytoiechnology. The laboratory 
examines specimens from patients seen on the LSU and Tulane services of 
the Charity Hospital. Both schools also have their own separate laboratories 
of cytopathology which assist, to some extent, this main laboratory at Charity 
Hospital, 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 
Monthly Treatment Record 



1063 

July 

Ampul . , 
September. 
Ociofcer.. 



December. 
1984 



Xebruary. 

Man*.... 



fig 

June. . 



Total*. 



PATIENTS-WHITE 



New rilinn Ward 



4S 
St 

40 
47 

;ty 

40 



S7 
57 

s- 

H 

37 
49 



57a 



52 IS 
537 
471 
614 
475 
42<J 



sin 

599 
S27 
Ml 
490 
700 



6,745 



Clinic 



354 
338 
387 
328 

20B 
JOS 



301 
370 

334 
325 



MM 



Total 



m 

758 
942 
771 
7*7 



919 
900 
997 

1,043 
874 

1,025 



10.711 



PATIENTS-COI/1RED 



New Patients Ward 



S9 

4(1 
99 
74 
53 
44 



AS 

75 
54 
09 
54 
54 



70S 



473 

eg 

461 
529 
320 
32S 



900 
723 
919 
572 
433 

m 



5,98! 



Clinic 



578 
557 
509 
614 
479 
425 



382 
383 

at 

510 
494 
486 



5,"t» 



Total 



1,051 

996 

1,030 

1.143 

BOS 

750 



1,108 

1,048 

1.012 

027 

968 



11,891 





i 

- 






o 

-q 



Total 

G*».<d Turn, 



WUt4 
Colond 



10,711 
11.891 

22,802 






Total Treatment* 

Total Patient*' Viart* 

Tout New Patient* 

Total No. Work-in D*ji.. 
Daily Averact Treatnienu 
Daily Averaie Patient* . . 



1962-1963 



ii.nu 

20. 4" 1 

1,190 

240 

130 

84 



1963-1964 



ts.ne 

22.603 

1,282 

246 

147 

■ 







Monthly Treatment Record 














WHITE 


COLORED 


Grant! 




T.B. 


Want 


Clinic 


Folio 


Total 


T.B. 


Waid 


Clinic 


Polio 


Total 


lota I 


1963 


38 
87 
IS 
16 
8 
4 

IS 
42 
13 
20 
41 


531 
MS 

m 
tu 

724 
626 

907 

95! 

840 
1,021 

itt3 
1,073 


607 
637 
470 
KM 
fill 
1 iU 

471t 

m 

m 

(Wt 
»B8 
651 


81 

71 

67 
74 
28 
fig 

1 


1,314 
1,220 
1.077 
1.383 

i, an 

1,228 

1.477 
1,411 

1.S72 
1,7111) 
1.427 
1.076 


10 

22 

41 

8) 

U 

29 
24 
13 
19 
11 
4 


732 
OH 

683 
875 

5!(l 
478 

est 

i.nn 

938 
366 
Ml 
BH 


S96 

929 

997 

1.003 

827 
T3B 

MO 
6«5 
716 
834 

804 
J67 


14 

12 

i 

n 
a 

St 

1 


1,642 
1,6*4 

1,707 
1,1141 
1,466 

1,263 

1,626 
1,700 
1,667 
1,819 
1,150 
1,697 


2.956 
2,814 




2,7,14 




3,334 


December ,..*. vv 

1904 


1,730 
8,481 

3,101 
8.W1 
S 138 




' 


3 


1.519 






8,880 




3,273 




188 


9,330 


0,747 


391 


16,766 


220 


9.400 


0.817 


8J 


19,630 


90,380 



o 

a 
> 

3 

X 

o 

i 

> 



Monthly Treatment Record 



1m 

July 

Augutt 

September ... . . 
October 

November 

December 

1964 

- -juary. 

February 

March.. ...... 

April 

bity 

June 

Totali 



lllf. 

Red 



ST 

m 
a 

n 

77 

n 



II 

51 

m 
so 

M 

n 



720 



IKi. 



1ST 
1US 
190 
70 
83 
101 



89 
82 
74 
105 
211 
156 



Whirl 
Pool 



125 
398 

■t',17 

:,.::, 
418 
438 



576 
530 
438 
584 
399 
t:j 



5. 854 



30 

11 
21 
S3 

its 

39 



45 
68 
49 
'.] 
35 
IS9 



HI 



Be 

Ther. 



1,879 
1.794 
1.739 
i.Stt 
1,510 
1.394 



1,848 
1,918 
1 ,:■>'. 
2,071 
I, AM 

1,893 



2I.0US 



U.V. 



•Includes 1. 
Farad ic 
Qah tab 

Sinusoidal 



116 

122 
60 
liU 
137 

115 



15S 
146 
102 
184 
1W 
146 



t .7119 



Low* 
Freq. 
Curr. 



57 
96 
192 
182 
183 

m 



1)2 
91 
92 

128 
92 
1S7 



.494 



H,D. 



flub. 
Bath 



109 
148 
147 
203 
139 
124 



1B4 
227 
237 
231 
181 



2.209 



M.K. 



33 



Par. 
Bath 



112 

J1 
73 
82 
81 



49 
55 
123 
111 
55 
63 



821 



Total 



2.958 
2.814 
2.781 
3,324 
2,725 
2,401 



3,171 
3,239 

3,519 
2.SS6 
3,273 



35,25* 



n 



g 

§ 

H 
O 

a 

H 
m 

o 
> 



120 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 196S-19M 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH 

The accompanying report shows Lhe work performed In the Heart Station 
from July 1, 1963 through June 30. 1964. The figures refer to the number 
of electrocardiograms taken In each month, and to the number of arterial 
oxygen saturation studies, cardiac catheterizations, angiocardiograms, and 
cardiac fluoroscopic examinations. 

Many sound tracings of the heart were made during the current yeajr 
but the breakdown by months Is not available although the data were placed 
in the patient's records. 

During the year cardiac clinics were conducted every afternoon, Monday 
through Friday, in order to maintain a closer check on patients with heart 
disease. There was also a pediatric clinic which is conducted every Friday. 

I. Electrocardiograms 

July 3,860 January 3,893 

August 3,856 February 3,649 

September 4,944 March 3,532 

October 3,970 April 3,775 

November 3,845 May 3,689 

December 2,829 June 3.4 5:? 

Total 44,1 54 

IL Arterial oxygen saturation studies , 346 

HL Cardiac catheterizations , 134 

IV. Angiocardiograms 107 

V. Cardiac fluoroscopic examinations 1.9 IT 

Respectfully. 

/»/ LOtTIS LEVY. II. M.D. 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 121 



ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 

„ llol T i f f O»°winK Is the annual report of the Department of Electroence- 
phalography for the year 1863-1964. 

{ ul y 19 «3 81 January 1964 B6 

August 1963 102 February 1964 „« 

9ePtM»J>er l»M LOfi March 1964 us 

October 1963 108 April 1964 r , 3 

November 1963 74 May 1964 '" \4 

Dec-ember 1963 S7 June 1964 "" n- 

TOTAL EEG RECORDINGS j .. 4S 

TOTAL FETAL HEART RECORDINGS ..............,.].. ' 34 

There were 16 holidays. 80S EEGs went unperformed for reasons as 
fol own: 83 appointment cancellations too late to substitute, 84 patients 
railed to appear, 6 requisition forms unsigned by referring doctor and/or 
otherwise Incomplete. 30 patients for whom EEG appointments had been made- 
were discharged from hospital without cancellation of appointments. 

Respectfully submitted, 

fa/ H, THARP POSEY. M.D. 
Director 
„_,„ , Brain Wave Station. 



122 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1983-196* 



LUNG STATION 

] turlng the fiscal year 1983-1964. evaluation of ventilatory function was 
performed on 863 patients. The dynamics of breathing and the distribution 
of ventilatory function were evaluated in TO patients. In addition, arterial 
blood gas studies were done on 38 patients in order to evaluate pulmonary 
gns exchange. 

Special diagnostic studies such as drill biopsy, thoracentesis, and the 
collection of bronchial exudate following inhalation of a heated aerosol were 
carried out on 458 patients. The case load and nature of this service makes 
It Imperative to obtain special equipment fur thin purpose during the coming 
ye;ir. 

Inhalational therapy for out patients has been reduced gradually over 
the past few years, but there Is still a need for this service under the aegis 
of the division of Inhalational Therapy. One hundred thirty-seven treat- 
ments were administered during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ JOHN H. SEABURY. M.D. 
Director, Lung Station 
JHS:mb 



OBSTETRICS 



123 



OBSTETRICS 



Adult 

Adult Discharges 10 558 

Adult Truster* '32 

AdtiltDeHhs .,'."..'.'. J 

Total Deliveries g 83ft 



White Deliveries 

Colored Delivering 

Total Deliveries.. . 

Total Live Births 

Sections 

Wtillborns 

Fetus 

Prematures 

Twins 

„, Triplets 

m Prior to Admission 



Newborn Discharges. 
Newborn Transfers. . 
Newborn Deaths. . , . 
Ton. I Sections 



Tulam 

387 
3,950 
4.343 

4,273 

184 

113 

35 

305 

78 

1 

134 



USX . 

343 
4,153 
4.4P5 
4,420 

153 

103 

51 

Ml 

78 

2 

130 



Newborn 

6.103 
61 
46 
337 



Totals 
720 

MOM 

8,888 

8,899 

337 

213 

88 

m 

152 

3 

273 



Tulane Statistics 





£1 


| 


1 


> 
14 

1! 

r-C 


■ 
c 

JO 

13 
u 

& 


ID 

i 

£ 

3 
m 


1 

£ 


E 

2 

f 

c 




• 

■ 

it 


I" 

Is 


1 
i 

c 
■3 

3 


July 


32 
23 
34 
41 
35 
:<7 
31 
35 
41 
31 
23 
23 


382 

m 

407 
364 
319 
8M 

340 
290 
2 MS 
255 
M4 
178 


(141 

452 
441 

405 
354 
834 
371 
324 
334 
288 
267 
305 


412 
450 
444 
400 
350 
380 
357 
310 
333 
276 
251) 
298 


21 
12 
30 
14 
17 
15 
13 

e 

111 
12 
15 
20 


13 



5 

7 

9 

10 

12 

7 

4 

12 

15 

10 


3 
2 
t 
2 
4 
3 
4 
1 
2 
2 
4 
7 


37 
25 
34 

33 

27 
•J 2 
12 
17 
27 
21 
24 
36 


14 
8 
7 
4 

9 
3.. 


1 


10 

17 
12 
11 
11 
12 
15 
13 
8 
11 
5 
S 






1 


.September 


1 


October... 

November ,, 

December, , 


1 
1 


2 

3 
5 

4 
8 
8 










Marrb 


-■ 


May 

June. 






Totals 


387 


l,Ut 


4,343 


4.273 


184 


113 


35 


309 


73 


1 


134 


7 



124 



CHARITY HOSFITAJ^1963-1964 



L.S.U. Statistics 

























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I! 

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i 

11 


• 

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■ 

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s 

1 


m 
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p 

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■J 
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3 

a 

3 


July 


3D 

as 


389 


399 
484 


' M 

482 


13 

17 


12 

9 


3 
4 


31 
40 


8 
12 


1 


14 
24 




Augntt 




September 


2<S 


«0 


468 


m 


29 


7 


8 


24 


S 




13 




October 


28 


IH 


TiHl 


381 


14 


4 


6 


28 


7 




S 






38 
22 


3H 
370 


402 

401 


392 
392 


13 
28 


14 
18 


4 

2 


19 
18 


..„.. 




11 
11 




December ... 




J Miliary ,, 


30 
27 


849 
312 


179 
348 


373 
315 


9 

7 


8 

5 


3 
3 


11 

24 


2 
7 




10 

6 








March 


2* 


SM 


3S5 


344 


; 


10 


3 


IS 


2 




10 




April 


24 

ts 

IS 


297 
2S7 
284 


2B1 
275 
323 


286 
288 
318 


11 
12 
10 




g 

7 


7 

e 


23 
23 
31 


7 
2 
8 


...... 


11 
11 
10 




May 









TotaU 


342 


l.tH 


4,495 


4,420 


183 


108 


81 


.".11 


78 


2 


189 









I. PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY RACE: 

Tuleae L&.V. Total 

Whit* 8.91?! 7.»n B.21% 

Colored M.tm " 1 »1 

II. PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY SERVICE: 

Tulane. *9.U% 

L.S.U , 80 86?; 

III. PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY CAESAREAN SECTION: 

Tulane L.S.U. Total 

3,409! 3.81<-; 

IV. MATERNAL MORTALITY: .0852% 

(* .85 per thousand) 

V. PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES RESULTING IN STILLBIRTHS: 

2.48% 



VI. NEO- NATAL MORTALITY: (Newborn deaths occuring on 10th Floor) 
.629% 



TUMOR REGISTRY 125 



THE TUMOR REGISTRY 
July 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964 

PURPOSE: 

1. To provide the medical profession of this Hospital with statistical 
and other data to indicate the size and nature of the cancer problem 
at this Hospital since January 1, 1948. 

2. To make available to the medical staff information for research 
studies, for the evaluation of therapy, and for teaching. 

ADMINISTRATION: 

The governing Board of the Registry constats of the following repre- 
sentatives of the sponsoring agencies listed below: 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans 
Dr. Leo J. Kerne 
Dr. ManueJ Garcia 

Louisiana State University School of Medicine 

Dr. W. W. Frye 

Dr. Ronald A, Welsh 
Tulane University School of Medicine 

Dr. E. T. Krementz, Chairman of the Registry Board 

Dr. Robert Craft Smith 
American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division, Inc. 

Dr. C. C. Sprague 
Louisiana State Board of Health 

Dr. J. M. Bruce 

l.i'iiisiana State Medical Society 

Dr. Ambrose H, Storck 
Loyola University School of Dentistry 

Dr. Victor Halperin 

During the year the Loyola University School of Dentistry joined the 
group of agencies which sponsor the Registry. 

REGISTRY STAFF: 

The following nine staff members, in addition to the Director, have 
performed the work of the Registry during the year: Analytic Assistant, Mrs. 
■rie S. Krennerich; Follow-up Investigator. Mrs. Marie Louisa Nolan; 
Abstractors and Code clerks, Mrs. Betsy Green, Mrs. Loretta Soles. Mrs. 
1 ■' :n ma Lou Lighter, Mrs. Suzanne Carroll and Miss E. Scott Miles; Typist, 
Mrs. Carol LaBruyere, and File Clerk, Mrs. Myrna Fiorelln. 

FINANCIAL SUPPORT: 

Support is derived from Charity Hospital, grants from the American 
■r Society, Louisiana Division, Inc., and the Louisiana State Board of 
Health, and from a contract with the Cancer Chemotherapy National Service 
Center of the National Cancer Institute. 

STATUS OF RECORDS: 

As of June 11, 1964, there were on file in the Registry, abstracts and 
punch cards summarizing pertinent data on 26,021 malignancies diagnosed 
In the fifteen year period, 1948-19G2, In patients seen at Charity Hospital 
In addition, approximately half of the eases diagnosed in 13(5:1 had been 
abstracted and coded ready for Inclusion in the deck as soon as iii h . ,,, 
completed. The status of the patients (alive/dead) in 1963 or 1964 was known 
for all but 1.4 per cent of the cases. 



i26 CHAJRITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

SUMMARY OF 15-YEAR PERIOD, 1948-1962 

A. Distribution of Malignancies by race and sex. 
Race: Sex: 

White : 13,095 Male 13.489 

Negro 12.926 Female 12,532 



26,021 26,621 

B. Distribution of Malignancies by site of most frequent occurance. 

Cervix Uteri - ■ • - 3.289 

Skin (excluding melanoma) 3.232 

Lung 2.420 

Breast 1,999 

Prostate 1,873 

Stomach 1.433 

These six sites account for more than fifty per cent of the total number 
<>f malignancies. 

C. Status of Patients. 

Number Per Cent 

Alive at last contact , 6,714 25.8 

Dead 19,210 73,8 

Untraceable 97 0,3 



D. Survival rates to fifteen years after diagnosis. 

1 Yr. 

All sites ...55.4 

Cervix Uteri 77.3 

Skin (excluding melanoma) 91.4 

Lung 16.5 

Breast , 74.7 

Prostate 67.8 

Stomach 21,0 

•Rates may be unreliable because of the small number of patients surviv- 
ing fifteen years — the entire span covered by the Registry. 

REPORTS: 

During the year. 50 studies were done for 46 Charity Hospital physic! nns 
:md for 4 medical students working on their theses. Examples of tlic-se 
analyses includes the relationship of histology and type of treatment to 
survival time in cancer of the esophagus; correlation of age and stape at 
diagnosis with survival time in cancer of the prostate; sex, race End tv p< 
of treatment in cancer of the larynx; relationship of stage at diagnosis and 
type of treatment to survival time in carcinoma of the cervix, and listings 
of case numbers of patients who had certain rare tumors. 

The Registry has also given other Hospital departments upon req<: 
recent information concerning specific patients and has. also upon request! 
given other hospitals information about policies and procedures involved in 
the operation of a registry. 

PARTICIPATION IN NATIONAL PROGRAMS: 

The Charity Hospital Registry continues to participate with nine other 
hospital registries and three central registries in the End Results Group, 
C.C.N.S.C. NCI. Dr. E. T. Kreroentz, chairman of the Registry Board of 
Directors continues to serve as the Executive Consultant of the group and 



2G.021 




99,9 


5 Yr. 


10 Yr. 


15 Yr, 


30.9 


20.7 


13.9 


JS.4 


39.6 


30.5 


6S.S 


4S.J 


2S.9 


3.9 


1.7 


• 


37.9 


23.7 


16.8 


28.1 


10.2 


• 


6.0 


4.4 


• 



TUMOR REGISTRY 127 



Dr. Robert F. Ryan Is a member of the Medical and Technical Advisory 
Lommittee. Dr. Ryan, Dr. Ronald A. Welsh and the Registry Director attend- 
ed the Annual Meeting of the Group, June 8-9, 1964, In Bethesda. Maryland 

Eight of the ten Registry employees attended a ten- state Workshop on 
Kegistries sponsored by the American College of Surgeons in New Orleans 
on March 20. 1964. The Director, Analytic Assistant and Mrs. Marion Wogan 
Technical Consultant to the Registry, served as resource people for three of 
the discussion groups. 

The staff and I are most grateful to the chairman of the Board, Dr E T 
Krementz, who has given his time to the Registry's problems; to the 
Keglstrys three consultants, .Mrs. Marion Wogan, Dr, Rohert P. Ryan, and 
Dr. Ronald A. Welsh; to the Director of the Hospital, Dr. Leo J. Kirn,, mid 
to the many departments of the Hospital which have co-operated with the 
Registry this year as in the past. 



Respectfully submitted 
BSR/cel 



M MISS BRENT S. ROBERTSON, 
Director, Tumor Registry 



128 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1363-11104 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 

Admissions 



WHITE M»1m 


Boyi 


Females 


Girts 


Tot*! 


1983 

July, 
August . 
.September 

O l,.|.|r 

November... 
December 


SIT 
488 
410 
4M 
401 
110 


128 
111 

I(H 

no 

107 
102 


447 
401 
487 
414 
448 
417 


110 
108 
96 
M 
83 
83 


1.313 

i , tsn 

i .ik»; 
i . MM 
1 .088 

1.012 


SUB. TOTAL 


8,707 


091 


2.9*4 


474 


6,891 


January 

March 

April 
May 


so; 
sgg 

474 
607 
469 
478 


114 
110 
127 

127 
122 
141 


472 
613 
461 
432 
404 
44ft 


102 
94 

104 

108 
93 

110 


I.SM 

i.aae 

1 .271 
1,179 

i.ssa 


SUB, TOTAL 


2. "25 


741 


3.232 


80S 


7,417 


GRA.VDTOTAL 


i.tn 


1.444 


8,148 


1,182 


M.4M 


1983 COLORED 












July 


Ml 
(It 

910 
582 
476 
440 


714 
718 
Ol 

tn 

532 
CM 


1,813 
1,788 
1,634 
1,463 
l . 108 
1,338 


608 
747 
601 
810 
619 
603 


3.4P8 




.,.717 




8,438 


October 


8,481 

■2.U-2-J 
3,876 


SOB. TOTAL 


3,084 


3,923 


0,317 


3.487 


18.912 


Mi 


573 
S13 

go 

463 
Mil 
612 


474 
572 

m 

4'J0 

m 

837 


1,8*3 

i,tn 

1,440 
1,361 
1,348 
1 .3518 


BS3 

400 
404 
470 
441 

607 






J . 1 • - 




3.047 




1,884 


May 


1,889 




2,064 




3,322 


3.247 


8.502 


2.11S5 


18.008 


GRANDTOTAL 


8,407 


7,180 


17,819 


...572 


87,878 



SUMMARY 


White 


Colored 


Tol*l 


Male Adult* 


1,444 
8,148 
1,182 


i'j,407 
7,180 
17.819 
8.JJ3 


12.030 








1,976 




7.764 


TOTAL 


14,414 


37.878 


42,398 







MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



129 



Deaths 



WHITE 


Males 


Bogra 


FemmlMi 


Girls 


Toul 


IW 












July 


48 


3 


33 





as 




M 


a 


11 


« 


us 


September . , 


43 


« 


33 


I 


83 


Oetobn 


37 


3 


38 


7 


84 




S3 


11 


30 


5 


100 




46 


10 


38 


i 


n 






SUB. TOTAL 


289 


38 


213 


34 


ten 


IW 












January . 


60 


a 






101 




02 
S3 


6 
5 


SB 
38 


3 


10! 




M 




H 

49 


9 

1 


37 

n 




105 




88 




44 


4 


41) 


j 


104 


■Hi. TOTAL 


3X4 


31 


233 




60S 




813 


89 


435 


ss 


1,111 



COLORED 


Mala 


Boyi 


Fem»le» 


OirU 


Total 


Gr. Total 


IMS 

July ....... 

Auguat 

September . ....... 

October . 


SO 

44 
4« 
M 

58 
48 


28 
27 
» 
19 
IB 
22 


54 
70 
14 
85 
80 
53 


28 
R 

7 

18 
15 
19 


188 
104 
128 
108 
112 

no 


244 
274 
214 
252 
212 




238 


SOD. TOTAL 


312 


141 


330 


107 


8B8 


1,459 


IM4 

Jinu&ry ■ ■ ■ 

February , . , . - 
Mareb .... 

M«y 

June 


112 
58 
57 
52 
57 
M 


14 
17 

n 

20 
20 
22 


89 
88 
54 
88 
87 
80 


17 
18 
14 
24 
10 
15 


182 
IM 
183 
181 
180 
183 


263 
HI 

283 

tot 

248 
387 


SUB. TOTAL 


352 


131 


370 


102 




1 ,841 


GRAXDTOTAL 644 


262 


70* 


209 


l.sn 


3,018 



130 



CHARITY HOSPITAL^19e3-1964 



Deaths Within 48 Hours of Admission 






12Houra 


24 J lour j 


36 tloiin 


48 Iloum 


Tout 


Orer 
48 Houra 


Total 


1963 

July 

September , 


65 

ST 

u 
a 

48 
36 


an 

22 
M 
25 
27 


10 
IS 
I 

8 

4 
1 


4 

7 
4 

8 
8 
13 


ios 
112 
78 

62 
85 

77 


139 
187 
ns 
180 
157 
181 


24 4 
27u 


October 

November, 

Tlmiimliii 


252 
242 
238 


8UB. TOTAL 


208 


166 


41 


42 


547 


89 


1,4H» 




1864 

January ... 
1'Vbruiry 


M 

SO 


22 
25 
21 
27 
22 
28 


2 

1 

2 
2 

2 


5 
8 
3 
8 
4 
3 


87 
84 
78 
83 
77 
87 


IBS 
177 
!73 
183 
171 

tan 


253 
281 
151 

260 
248 
28T 






4S 
43 
H 


M*y... . 

SUB, TOTAL. . . . 


308 


162 


10 


M 


JS7 


1.050 


1.647 






GRAND TOTAL,. 


004 


ais 


si 


71 


1.044 


1,072 


3,016 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



13! 







Monthly 


Statement 










i 

1 

1 

5 
X 


V 

M 

I 

1 


* 

j 

1 


11 

.- Hi 

PQ 


a 

1 


i 
1 

£ 




1 

= 
f 


IHt 

Joly . 

Au*urt 


61,192 
fi2 , 732 

'Hi. I'd 
61, 914 

54,832 


1,974 
2,024 
2,016 
1,097 
1,943 
1,7112 


4,810 
1,078 

i,m 

4, MP 
3,968 
3,887 


4,277 
4,890 
4,248 
|,«0 
3,904 
8,838 


244 

279 

214 
262 

212 


sin 
832 
HilS 
776 
743 
789 


114 
121 

S", 
104 
101 
101 


29 

20 
13 


October 

Novt'tul*r 
December 


10 
23 


TOTAL 


359,246 


11,716 


»,«g 


25,516 


1.460 


1,911 


828 


131 


im 


66,73? 

67. W 
66,273 


],92S 

i, era 

1.951 
1,881 

t.«w 

1,878 


4.580 

4.185 
4,313 
4,155 
4.073 
4,272 


!,«8 

4,001 
1.I.H'. 
3,902 

g , m 

8,963 


168 

891 

m 

266 

248 
387 


730 
8M 

H76 
•if'2 
520 

Bti 


118 
105 

ioo 

112 
111 
117 


17 
15 


Marth, 

ApriJ . . 

M»y 


IS 
17 
24 
19 


TOTAL 


348,864 


11,903 


St ,183 


(8,803 


1.517 


3.7S7 


SIM 


in; 


(IRAKI) TOTAL... 


308,110 1 23,219 j 62,362 


|. ,.;!;> 


3,016 I 8,673 


1,292 


2:12 



Comparative Statement 



July 1. 1862 to 
June 30, 1903 



July 1, IB63 la 
June 30, 1964 



53 ,375 Admission! ... 

40,370 ., Disch»n5B 

2,867 ,.,..Dr»tbi 

8,889 Uiriln 

Coroner'iCun. 

706,296 Haspitil D»y». . 

1,935 , D*ily Average. 

217 Stillbonw 



62,392 

3,016 
S.673 
1,292 
708,110 
1,940 
232 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 











Males 












Females 








Oand 
rstml 




July 


Aug. 


Sept, 


Oct. 


No.-. 


Dm. 


Total 


July 


Auk. 


Sept, 


Oct. 


Not. 


Dm. 


Total 


UNDER 1 year 


2 


S 


5 

2 


1 


9 

1 


7 
2 

i 

1 
1 
1 


.;<i 
a 
l 

4 
4 

7 
3 

It 

M 
71 
«0 
M 
tl 
3 
1 




4 


3 


1 


2 
1 


3 
1 


26 
4 


66 












10 to 14 yean 






1 


1 


3 
2 


10 


1 
1 








1 

...... 

1 

a 

s 

6 

14 
3 
2 
1 


3 
4 
4 
1 

10 
33 

n 

« 

41 
13 

1 










1 


1 


1 




10 to 24 yean 










24 to2flyear«.. 


1 
2 
2 
10 

s 

13 
7 
1 
1 


1 

1 

7 

8 

30 

11 

12 

3 

i 


I 


1 


2 


1 
1 
1 
3 
t 
9 
IS 
4 


1 

3 
3 
I 

8 
12 
2 


U 


30 to 34 yean 


1 

7 
11 
11 
4 
2 


3 
4 
7 
9 
t 
1 






3 
11 
13 
7 
7 
1 


2 

a 

to 



7 

1 


I 
10 

It 

HI 
11 

1 


1 

8 
S 
13 
fi 
5 


N 
M 
113 








M 
H 


BS to M yeaia 


l>5*Ov« 


UNKNOWN. 




1 


































TOTAL 


47 


70 


51 


3U 


as 


56 


BS1 


41 


U 


37 


45 


36 


43 


246 


673 





□ 

X 



-3 

A 

M 

3 
| 



198*— WHITE 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Total 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Total 


Grand 
Total 


UNDER 1 y«*r 




3 

3 
1 


t 

I 


e 

i 


4 


4 


21 
3 
5 
3 
2 
1 
3 
7 
IS 
48 

so 

84 

i.j 
15 


2 


1 


2 
...... 


3 


4 
L 
3 


S 

1 

1 

1 


17 

2 

4 

1 

1 

5 

3 

3 

18 

29 

42 

51 

42 

25 

2 

i 


38 

5 

9 

4 

3 

« 

6 

10 

34 

77 

122 

135 

107 

40 

2 

2 


1 to 4ywi 

S to 6 years 


1 
2 










2 


















1 






2 






1 
3 
1 

2 
7 
9 
1 
4 
5 
1 


1 




1 

2 
3 

i 

13 
23 
10 

i 








1 
1 
3 
B 
15 
5 
t 
1 




1 

5 
4 
8 
B 

6 
5 




3 
5 

9 

13 
17 
10 

a 


2 
7 

15 
14 
13 
1 


i 
a 

13 
16 

a 

6 
3 


I 

6 
8 
12 
18 

3 


3 
3 

7 
8 
9 
5 


7 
7 
8 

4 


4 

4 

a 

5 

1 
1 


3 

7 
S 

8 
11 

t 

6 
1 




55 to t>4 years. . . . . 

65 to 74 years 

85 to 01 years 




UNKNOWN 
















1 






























TOTAL 


63 


68 


58 


1,0 


93 


48 


355 


38 


37 


41 


40 


35 


50 


247 


602 




GRAND TOTAL 


no 


138 


109 


1M 


118 


103 


682 


n 


82 


78 


H 


70 


n 


423 


1,1 JS 



Males ... 

J-Ti.s:i- r 



TOTAL. 



682 
493 



1,175 



r— I 

o 



I 

E 
I 





RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 












1983— tutored 


Main 


I->Tnale& 








Grand 
Total 




July 


Ana. 


8«plw 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dm, 


Tola) 


July 


Aug. 


ami 


Oct 


Nov. 


Do, 


Tolal 


UNDERtyear 


23 
2 


23 

3 


23 

a 

2 


17 
1 


Ifi 


22 


12(1 

a 

2 
3 

3 
13 
11 
11 
24 
38 
72 
87 
56 
16 
1 
2 


20 

2 


18 
2 
1 

1 


s 


17 


a 
i 
i 
i 

2 
1 
I 
1 
9 
• 
10 
11 
8 
I 


15 
1 
1 
1 

2 
3 

S 

9 
IS 
9 
7 
1 


B7 
4 

(1 

8 

9 

8 

!0 

11 

47 

81 

7( 

72 

41 

14 

3 


21,1 

13 

8 

8 

12 

IB 

21 

22 

71 

89 

N8 

139 

97 

n 

4 
3 








1 

2 

1 
I 


1 

1 
2 

■i 

1 

5 
It 

4 
18 
11 

T 

3 










1 




15 to 19 years 


1 


2 

2 
1 

3 

4 
5 

8 
12 

e 
3 






20 lo 21 years 


1 
1 
2 
2 
S 
6 
IS 
10 
2 




3 

a 
s 

18 
17 

g 

4 


1 
3 

S 
2 

Id 
7 

13 
1 


3 
9 

"s" 

3 
13 

7 
11 

1 


25 to 29 years 


3 
2 
3 
8 
13 
9 
7 
4 
1 


1 

2 
5 
15 
13 
13 

s 

2 


5 






10 
12 
8 
16 
11 
4 
3 


7 
5 

11 

12 
3 
3 








65 to HnM 

95 i OVER 


UNKNOWN 


1 








1 




























TOTAL 


70 


72 


7S 


ss 


77 


aa 


453 


80 


62 


51 


83 


05 


73 


443 


898 



o 

X 

H 

= 
O 
w 

t 



1644-Colorad 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mu. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Tolsl 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Total 


Grand 
Total 


[MiKR I Fear 


13 


16 
1 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
5 
11 
13 
11 
10 


17 
1 


18 
...... 

1 


IS 
1 

2 


IB 
4 

1 
3 
2 
5 
1 

s 

10 
17 
7 
13 

1 


101 

7 

3 

5 

7 

10 

7 

11 

32 

St 

90 

58 

61 

8 

I 

1 


13 
2 
1 
1 
1 
...... 

e 

9 
18 

8 
12 

5 

1 


11 

4 

1 
2 

2 
12 

8 
13 
12 
14 

1 


11 

1 

1 

. ... 

1 

1 
2 
5 
4 

19 
15 
8 

1 


21 
2 
1 

2 


11 
2 

1 


12 
2 
1 
1 


79 
9 
8 
4 
8 
1 
9 
14 
39 
50 
81 
90 
S3 
15 
2 


180 




10 






11 






g 




2 

1 


13 


25 to 29 years 


a 




3 

2 
3 
12 
11 
14 
6 
2 


13 


5 
1 
5 
8 
11 
17 
12 
3 


2 
7 
3 
9 
11 
25 
12 


2 
8 
12 
11 
13 
7 
8 


18 




3 
4 

10 
17 
10 
12 
4 


2 

8 

8 

20 

13 

12 

1 


2 
8 

11 
13 
8 
1 


25 


35 to 44 year* 


71 




111 




171 




158 
124 




23 


95 i 0\ kli 


3 


UNKNOWN 










1 










1 




























TOTAL 


78 


75 


85 


72 


77 


85 


473 


n 


81 


69 


89 


S3 


75 


472 


945 






Grind Total 


152 


H7 


SAO 


157 


154 


155 


925 


158 


173 


11 ii 


172 


148 


147 


915 


1,841 







Femalea 

TOTAL. 



926 
915 



6 

§ 

b 



a 
o 






1,841 



136 



< IIAR1TY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



RECORD LIBRARY 
Report of Statistical Department 



Allen 



Aiatmiptictn. 
Avoyollei 



Beasireirard 

Bienville 

Bossier- , . 

Caddo 

CtlaMJm 

Caldwell 
Cameron ......,,., 

Catalonia 

Claiborne 

Concordia , 

D«SoU> 

Kant Baton Rouge 

East Carroll 

East t'elkiarta. .. . . 

Evangeline 

franklin ., 

Gram 

Iberia.. . 
Iberville 
Jackson 
■IfifFerwD 

Jefferaon Davis 

Lafayette 

Lafourche 

LaSalle... 

Lincoln . , 

Livingston 

Madison 

Morehouse 



Id] Natchitoches 

34 Ouachita . . 57 

"ill Flaqtieaiinf 707 

IIS Point Coupe* 142 

lift Rapides ■ 163 

28 Red River 1 

1 Richland . 8 

2 SsMm ; 
IS Jit. Bernard W2 

371 St,Charlt» 74? 

•I. Helena . 72 

11 St. Jaroea BM 

2d St. Joiia the Baptitt 991 

St. Landrj IS7 

45 St. Marl in 107 

liltl 433 

2.427 St. Tammany 010 

12 Tangipahoa B6t 
SHI Tenia* St 
I3B Terrebonne. 1.148 

29 Union .. 10 
28 Vermilion Its 

IU9 Vernon 21 

746 Washington 521 

4 Webster I 

West Baton Rouse lis 

79 West Carrol! 16 

237 Wart Feliciana.. 

1 ,031 Winn 

IS Orleans 

(I Other States 993 

213 retain 33 

5 Unknown . 6 
IS Total 



RECAPITULATION 

'Means 18,666 

l/ouieiaoa ... 22,704 

nther States. . 983 

foreign . . . 33 

1 rjkno* D rj 

11 52,392 



MEDICAL, RECORD LIBRARY 137 



Recapitulation 



Patients Reniaininfl at Beginning of Year 1 ,707 

Admissions , 52,302 

Fsi ienra Hsmsining at end of Fiscal Year 1,854 

Total Hospital Days End. of New Bonn 6*4.218 

Total New Burn Hospital Days , 26,891 

Total Number of Stillboms , ■£'.-> 

Deaths 3,016 

Gross Death Rate S.76 

Net Death Kate 3.77 

Cfcsea Repotted to Coroner 1 ,392 

Daily Average Exol. of New Bonis 1 ,877 

Daily Average ot New Bonn ........... 74 

Autopsies. ....■.'.. .v. 1 ,591 



138 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



INTAKE 

TRAFFIC SUMMARY 

Total Intake traffic volume for the year in the Colored Section was: 
44,690 Interviews processed. 

In the "White Section: 

21,259 Interviews were processed. 

In the Colored Section: 

14,841 applicants were made Eligible. 
10,936 applicants were made Ineligible. 

3,554 applicants were given Temporary Eligibility. 

2.037 applicants were given Limited Eligibility. 

4,951 applicants were DPW cases, and 

8,371 applicants are still being investigated. 

In the White Section: 

6,568 applicants were made Eligible. 

6,549 applicants were made Ineligible. 

1,273 applicants were given Temporary Eligibility, 

2,889 applicants were given Limited Ellgiblity. 

864 applicants were DPW cases, and 
3,116 applicants are still being investigated. 

Both sections registered declines compared with volume last year: 
4,521 fewer Interviews were processed in the Colored Section. 

2,391 fewer interviews were processed in the "White Section, 
Average number of Interviews processed In the Colored Section was: 
Daily Weekly Monthly 

122,160 859.22 3724.02 

Average White interviews processed were: 

Daily Weekly Monthly 

58.59 408.43 1771.07 

The highest monthly volume registered in the Colored Section was: 
5,037 Interviews processed (July, 1963) 

The lowest monthly volume registered In the Colored Section was: 
3,401 Interviews processed (December, 1963) 

In the White Section the highest monthly volume registered was: 
2,121 Interviews processed (July, 1963) 

And the lowest monthly volume registered in the White Section was: 
1,509 Interviews processed (December, 1963) 



INTAKE DEPARTMENT 



139 



INTERVIEWS PROCESSED 





Immediate Decisions 


PeadinKa Completed 


Totals 


FULL INTERVIEWS: 

Eligible 


9,318 
1.493 

:■;.?"» 
2,099 

a,".. <;'s> 


10,149 
5,109 
2,229 

m 

1, 309 


l«.i',:ii, 

14.127 
3 722 


Limited Klistibls 

DPW k OAP . . . 


4,185 
3,304 






EXPIRED CERTIFICATIONS RENEWED: 
Elidible 

lnclteitik' . ........ 

Limited Eligible 

DPW it OAP 

Ptndjng 


48.747 

■i , m 

3, OSS 
1. 105 

741 
2,411 
6,074 


(Completed Pendinge 
Id eluded in Above 
Colum) 


U,SM 

4.77LI 
3.098 

[.in:, 

741 

2,491 








17,202 




12. via 


L<™ Total Cases Completed 


99,949 
54.462 

11,487 


Total Cam Compl. 


f.i. ■;<:.:* 


Pending Cua Still on Hind 









Completed Interview* 





COLORED SECTION 


WHITE SECTION 




Number of 

DeeMon 


Permit 
of Total 


Number oT 
DecBiona 


Percent 
of Total 


Eligible 

Ineligible.,... 


14,841 

10,936 
3,594 
2.037 
4.991 


40.89 
30.11 
9.79 

B.01 

13.93 


6,498 

0,649 
1.273 
I,tM 

304 


ml 20 
30.10 

7 i'.' 

IS M 

4.70 




34,311 


100 00 


19,143 


100.00 



INTERVIEWS PROCESSED 





ADMITTING ROOMS 
















Adult Patients 


Pediatric Patients 


EMERGENCY ROOMS 


OBSERVATION ROOMS 




White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


TOTAL INTERVIEWS FROM JULY 1963 THRO JUNE 30. IBM 


36.601 


108, 560 


10.396 


80, 653 


18,411 


50,416 


854 


1.523 










38.283 

8,4(33 
4.51S 
7,038 

37,638 
11.323 










Pts. admitted to hospital. , , 


4.302 

9,5*8 

11.305 

9.40.1 
9.02S 


8,005 
11,981 

27,520 

ST. 762 
32,022 


m 

1,589 
1,553 

5,499 

l.iil:; 


13. 130 
1,317 

s.wa 

6,742 
4,416 

1,694 

to 

9,423 

na 


61,971 
2.371 
11,379 

22,302 
12,161 

1.390 

30 

23.648 

780 

3 










Pts. referred to Out-patient Department 






Pts, referred home, private hospitals or ineligible for Charity Hospital 










Referred to other hospitals, private doctors, compensation casta or 






Death* 


« 

8,857 

11 

in 


B0 
7,324 

34 
I, US 


1 

1,312 

7 

35 


11 
1,044 

50 
76 






Pis. dead on arrival, gone on arrival si did not come to the hospital 











TOTAL INTERVIEWS FROM JULY 1, 1963 THRU JUNE 30, 1BS4 


1993-1063 


1 963-1 904 


Increase 


Decrease 




233, BIS 
68,580 
2,270 


219,012 
88,827 

2,377 




14,603 




247 
107 











Total Colored Adult and Pediatric penicillin treatments from 7:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. tor the Fiscal yew, bejjanuig July 1, 1963 and codini Jujis 30, 19(14 38,183 



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SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT HI 



SOCIAL SERVICE 

Below Is submitted the annual report of the Social Service Department 
for the fiscal year 1963-1964. 

Since 1615 Charity Hospital has had an active Social Service Department. 
Established and operated originally by a group of volunteers in the com- 
munity, the Department was reorganized on a full tinn basis by the hospital 
In 1921. Since October, 1929 the Department has been administered and 
supervised by fully qualified professional social workers. From the beginning 
the function of the department has been to provide help to Charity BospltaJ 
patients in resolving social problems which arise as a result of illness and 
disability. These problems occur in great variety, from fairly simple ones 
to those which are extremely complicated and require comprehensive study 
and planning. Each case Is evaluated on Its own merits and the appropriate 
service given when possible. Since no two cases are exactly alike, the I 
of services cannot be categorized but some examples are given here us 
Illustrations, 

A young man, married and the father of three small children, has 
developed a neurological disease which has resulted in partial paralysis 
of the lower extremities. The progress of the disease has been 
and this patient has made great strides through use of physio-therapy 
facilities at Charity Hospital In learning to get about with braces and 
crutches. He will never, however, be able to return to his normal oc- 
cupation which was waiter in an uptown restaurant. IVfore the patient 1 ! 
Illness this family had managed reasonably well on his Income. There 
are no savings, and relatives are not In a position to help. Since lb. 
patient's income has been cut off, immediate financial assistance has 
been secured through the Department of Public Welfare and the braces 
which the patient needed to get him out of bed have been secured 
through a voluntary agency. Current plans are directed inward rehabilita- 
tion with which the patient will be helped bfy the State Division of Vi., 
tional Rehabilitation, working with the social worker at Charity Hospital 
and the physio-therapy department here, Efforts will be made to train 
this man for a new occupation which will be compatible with his perma- 
nent disability, and then to find him a job in the work for which he will 
be trained. Thus, In this family, we hope to be able to prevent permanent 
dependence on public funds for support, and to salvage for the patient 
and his family their independence and sense of personal worth. 

* • • 

A very old, senile woman Is seen in the Medicine Ward when 
begs the doctor to keep her In the hospital because she cannot get the 
care she needs at home. The worker, on investigating, finds that this 
woman lives with a sister Who Is also i|tiite old but Is mentiilly alert, 
Discussion with the worker from the Department of Public Welfare which 
Is providing these two with financial support through Old Arc Assistance 
reveals that the sister is not physically able to give the pattern the care 
she needs. Plans are initiated through the Welfare Department ! " fid 
a place In a nursing home for our patient, since she cannot he discharged 
to her home, 

• • • 

An anonymous call Is received concerning a baby which has )unt 
been admitted to the hospital. At the same Mine the doctor on the 
Pediatrics service calls the social worker to request an investigation of 
the circumstances surrounding this child's admission, because he suspects 
that the child has either been neglected or perhaps a ae social 

worker requests that a visiting nurse make a study of the home situation 
I arranges to interview the child's parents. Investigation reveals that 
there is serious evidence supporting the doctor's suspicions. On the baals 
of the facts gathered, this case is referred to the Juvenile Court for 
more complete investigation and for legal action, if necessary. 



H2 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

Social workers are assigned to all wards and clinics of the hospital and 
each worker is responsible for referrals arising In the area to which he is 
assigned. In each ease the worker must interview the patient, the doctor, 
nurse or other hospital personnel involved, and such relatives or Tamil v 
members as might be able to help. On the basis of the information gathered 
in this manner, a determination is made as to what is the actual need 
of the patient and how far he and his family can go in meeting this. If it is 
found that outside help is required, the worker must find the appropriate 
social agency in the community which Is then cnlled upon to give the help 
that is necessary. Such agencies include the Department of Public TVelf , 
the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, private agencies such as Associated 
Catholic Charities, Family Service Society, Travelers Aid. institutions such 
as the Little Sister of the Poor, Touro -Shakespeare Home, or other nursing 
homes. The hospital social worker works mainly within the hospital proper. 

Services to Patients 

In all, a total of 40, BBS patients were seen by the social workers for help 
as described above. This represents a slight decrease over the preceding 
year. It Is Impossible to evaluate precisely the significance of this decrease, 
since there are many non-specifics involved, as for example the fact that 
each patient's problem is different, and some require a great deal more time 
and attention than other*. However, it is undoubtedly true that the smaller 
caseload reflects the decreased siie of the social work staff. 

ii aaa* the tOUU num,jel * of patients sren, permanent records were kept in 
13,696 cases. These were the cases In which recording was needed as a part 
of the. helping process, or in which significant material needed to be pre- 
served for future reference. In 26,972 cases no permanent record wns kept 

The services of the social worker are not needed by every hospital 
patient, so patients are seen on a selective basis. This means that the depart- 
ment depends upon other sources for referrals. By far the largest number 
of referrals arise within the hospital: from doctors, nurses, patients, or ,,t, 
interested Individuals. The numerical breakdown is as follows: 

Sourse of Referral No. of Patients 

Hospital Personnel 14,601 

Department of Public Welfare .............. . . ...... 2.710 

Other Agencies ' , . , . 1.556 

Patient or Patient Group 21.801 

TOTAL 40.668 

Since this hospital serves the entire State, patients seen in this depart- 
ment are from all parishes of the State. The greatest concentration la, of 
course, from the surrounding area, and there Is a very small number of 
non -residents who. having been given emergency medical care, also need 
assistance from Social Service to enable them to moke discharge plans. The 
geographical distribution of patients known to Social Service was a follows: 

Place of Residence No. of Patients 

Orleans Parish , 28,400 

Other Parishes 12 077 

Other States ■'.'....'.'....'. 191 

TOTAL 40,668 

Use of Funds 

Since the Income level of Charity Hospital patients is extremely i„ w 
many of their problems Involve money. This Department does not, and should' 
not, seek to meet the major financial needs of patients, since there are other 
agencies In the community to do so. However, there are many Instances when 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 143 

there is an emergency need which cannot be met by other community 
agencies. These tend to be small, non -repetitive needs such as for medication, 
small appliances, transportation, or brief periods of convalescence. The 
Department has at Its disposal a small amount of money which can be used 
to meet the most pressing of these needs. The funds derive from the following 
sources: 

Funds Amount Available 

Stauffer-Eastwlck $ 4,800.00 

Patients' Welfare 1,200.00 

Weil Convalescent 360.00 

Insulin li.OO0.OO 

AiniTli-rin Cajicer Society , 1,1118,40 

Special Donations 1,040. 01 

TOTAL, $14,619.31 

Funds were expended as follows: 

Reason for No. of Amount 

Using Fund Patients Expended 

Medication 21,133 512,001.17 

Transportation !!!I3 480.00 

Maintenance 18 106.00 

Appliances S74 1,821.64 

TOTAL 22.174 (14,407.81 

Staff 

Shortage of professional personnel has been a serious problem in the 
past, but has grown critical in the last two years. Through a process of 
attrition, denial of permission to fill vacancies when Qualified personnel were 
available, the .staff haa dwindled to a point where there are 13 vacancies In a 
total of 2.s aili'i.'uiea positions, This presents b grave threat to tin- continued 
existence of the department as a professional entity, and the problem merit! 
serious consideration. During the year there were 16 resignations and 11 
replacements. Four of the latter, however, are for the summer only. Tin re 
were an average of 11 vacancies as compared with nine for tin- year im- 
mediately preceding 1 , and of seven for the year preceding that, ll is inevit- 
able that there should be turnover in professional staff Btn.cs there is :i great 
deal of competition for Qualified social workers, and since salaries In this 
department are comparatively low. It is for this reason that It is vitally Im- 
portant that workers be employed when they become available. 

Respectfully submitted. 

MARIGAYLE H. HART, ACSW 
Mill J: AM 

MEDICAL AND PATIENTS' LIBRARY 

The library staff remained the same during the i«st year. Mis. Ciothida 
B. Thompson, a very dependable and able librarian assistant and Mrs. Lily K 
Twining, Librarian, kept the library running smoothly with the help of four 
medical students who are extems. Externa work at night and on the week- 
ends, Volunteers at various times gave their assistance with the ward rounds 
and carried magazines to the library. Everyone seemed to cooperate and 
faithfully fullfilltd their duties. 

Reading Room Activities: 

The library continued to have the basic texts needed for tho medical 
Htaff. The collection of medical journals subscribed to and paid out uf the 



144 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

Henderson Fund are supplemented by gifts which come In regularly. Trie 
magazines which are used In the reading room are a combined collection 
of magazines which are ordered and charged to the Henderson Fund and 
supplemented with gifts and magazines of unclaimed malL 

The use of the reading room Is opened to the medical and professional 
staff and the privilege is extended to the department heads of Charity 
Hospital. We also extend the privilege to visiting staff doctors. 

Ward Rounds: 

The Ward Rounds were made dnily by the regular staff. Staff employees 
of the third floor come weekly for material to hring to their section. Books 
which are sent to the third floor are not catalogued. They are duplicates 
and gifts which are received. Gift books are sent to Dlbert and some are 
shared with the student nurses' library. 

The source of supply of magazines used for the patients come from 
LS.U.. Tulane, personnel from Charity Hospital. Clubs, business concern 
Churches, unclaimed mail from a branch post office and volunteers. Many 
people from outside N.O. parish send magazines and paperbacks. We receive 
also magazines from the Gulf Coast. All our paperbacks are gifts. We a 
not catalogue them. Everything we receive is very much appreciated. 



Statistics 


Circulation 


Ward 


6,634 






Libra re- 


10,321 




Attendance 




26,453 




Acquisitions 


purchased 


104 






Gift 


ill (Catalogued) 



Respectfully submitted, 

/sf LILT E. TWINING, Librarian 

VOLUNTEER SERVICE 

individual Volunteers 2 398 

Hours of Service 83441 

Organizations Participating ......... . , .' . . . , .' ." .' ' 70 

Volunteer Placements 77 - 

Hospital Sections Served ... , -J 

Donations Handled \ \ ' '.'.'.'." ,,J 

Volunteer Awards Presented 

HOURS CONTRIBUTED TO HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL SECTIONS 

Admit Room 1(549 Gu n d R oom 16,960 

Blood Bank 636 Gynecology Wards & Office . . 475 

Blood Donor Station 4,304 Heart Station 259 

SS 
211 
173 



Blood Test Survey Unit 673 Housekeeping 

Central Service 7,882 Intake Unit . . 

Chaplain's Office 137 L, un g Station . 

Chest X-Ray 595 Maintenance Office 696 

Clinics 956 Medical & Surgical Care 309 

Colored TB , 30 Medicine (Male) Wards & 

Convalescent & Polio Unit .. . 292 Office 410 

Dibert 1.339 Multtgraph 19 

Dietary 3,124 Nursing Service & School 

E:i r. Nose, Throat Wards ... 166 Nursing 5g 

Eleventh Floor 289 Obstetrics (Office, Supplies) 924 

Entertainment 471 Obstetrics (Layette Room) 555 



SOCIAL, SERVICE DEPARTMENT 14B 

Operating Rooms (Office) . , 32 Reclaimed Gauze Room 17,188 

Orthopedics Wards & Office 729 Recreation Cart 853 

Pathology 284 Record Library 1,214 

Pediatrics (Feeding & Office) 4.436 Recovery Room Family 

Pediatrics (Recreation) 4,034 Contact 604 

Pediatrics (Schoolroom) 38 Social Service 443 

Pharmacy 1,302 Surgery Wards & Office 1,178 

Physical Therapy 376 Traffic Department 113 

Premature Unit 29 Tumor Registry 303 

Psychiatry 3,311 Visiting 983 

Radiology (Diagnostic) 1,304 Volunteer Office, Committee & 

Radiology (Therapeutic) 394 Guides 913 

ORGANIZATIONS MAKING OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS 

Hour* 

American Red Cross (N.O. Chapter) 2,298 

American Junior Red Cross (N.O. Chapter) 9.084 

American Women's Voluntary Services 522 

Canal St. Presbyterian Church Women 138 

Dune's Honky Tonks Dixieland Jazz Band 100 

Girl Scout Council of Southeast Louisiana 945 

Greek Orthodox Cathedral Ladles 3.0O7 

Insurance Women of N.O,. Inc. (N.O. Chapter) 187 

Junior League of N.O., Inc 780 

Katie's School of Barberlng and Beauty Culture 674 

Life Members' Club Telephone Pioneers of America 331 

Marlnello Beauty School 804 

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church Ladies Circle 1,270 

Musicians Mutual Protective Union Local No. 174 186 

Musicians Mutual Protective Union Local No. 496 310 

National Council of Jewish Women. Greater N.O. Section 1.487 

N.O. Business and Professional Women's Club 379 

N.O. Woman's Club 105 

Nord Golden-Age Clubs 1,435 

Order of the Eastern Star (Orleans Chapter No. 167) 563 

Order of the Eastern Star (Theodosta Chapter No. 193) 173 

St, Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society 314 

Senior Citizens' Club, Jewish Community Center 446 

The "Shamrocks" , , 100 

Sunshine Society (Magnolia Branch) 1,042 

Women of the Motion Picture Industry 432 



SPECIAL PROJECTS SPONSORED BY VOLUNTEER ADVISORY 

COMMITTEE 

VOLUNTEER BULLETIN 

RECREATION CART & RADIOS FOR ADULT WARDS 

ASSISTANCE IN FEEDING ORTHOPEDIC PATIENTS 

COOPERATION IN COMMUNITY WIDE PROGRAMS FOR VOLUN- 
TEERS 

TOUR GUIDE SERVICE FOR HOSPITAL VISITORS & NEW VOLUN- 
TEERS 

SECURING DONATIONS OF NEEDED ARTICLES & ACKNOWLEDG- 
ING GIFTS 

COORDINATION OF CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES & GIFTS FOR at.t 
PATIENTS 



146 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

PrBLICITY FOR VOLUNTEER RECRPITMENT & SPECIAL VOLT.%. 
TEER PROGRAMS 

PRESENTATION OF VOLUNTEER AWARDS & ARRANGEMENTS 
FOR ANNUAL MEETING 

Respectfully submitted. 

/S/ FLORENCE JENNINGS 
Director of Volunteer Service 



CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD 

Wired Applicators for Babies 11,000 

Amputation Sponges 27 

I Service Sponges , 2.332.14S 

Compress Dressing 286.850 

Cellu 129,532 

Masks , _ , gag 

Kerlix Rolls .'...,,,.....,... 20.200 

Tracheotomy Dressing 33]955 

6T» 1,002.000 

Specimen Tags , 273.000 

i_ x 4 588ilO0 

Dr. Owens Plain Gauze 168,000 

Fluff * • 

Colostomy Pads g ■!■;,, 

Standards \. '.','.. '.'.'.', 36o!ooo 

Perineal Pads , 120.800 

Me«h Gauze 39.650 

TOTAI E,S6lT47S 

Meetings 

Attendance 



CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD WORK 

The following are some of the activities of the members of the Charity 
Hospital Guild for the Patients, 

In addition to making and wrapping surgical dressings, forty-two Lay- 
ettes were made and given as needed. A large amount of new and u»ed 
clothing, shoes, books, magazines, scrap books, picture puzzles, gamp-:, ana 
toys were distributed. Fifty pairs of slip on slippers were given to the- 
Orthopedic patients. 

At Christmas several hundred dolls and toys were Riven to the children 

■>n the ninth floor and to the children in the Tubercular, Polio, and Con, 
tagiou* w&rds. Ice cream, cake, and candies were also served to these children. 

At Christmas and Easter a party was given to the children of th© 
Tubercular and Polio wards by the Sarah Brown No. 6 Colored Workfr, 
uf the Guild, 

Special attention is riven to the John Dibert Male patients by the 
Magnolia of the Louisiana Sunshine Society, of which Mrs. E. Bowman i« 
the President. This society gave two parties, one at Christmas and one at 
Easter, for these patients. At Christmas each patient received a leather 
wallet with a one dollar bill, a bag of fruit and candy, and a pair of sllp-on 
clippers. At Easter each patient received a beautiful plastic egg with a one 



CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD 147 



dollar bin. Bingo for prizes was played at each party, and prizes wore given 
to the youngest and oldest patient 

These ladies meet weekly at the guild to wrap surgical dressing. Tln--\ 
also make baby garments at home so that they may be added to the baby 
layettes every year. A complete layette is presented to the first baby borr. 
in Charity Hospital on Christmas or New Year's Day by these huMe* Ciftf 
and refreshments were appreciated and enjoyed by all.* 

Guild Counselor S | st er Alphonsa 

President M iss N ellie Boudreaux 

Secretary u ,. s ,,, l(1 M , N 

CHAIRMEN IN CHARGE OF MEETINGS 

Monday Mrs. Genrge Chehardj 

Mrs. Joseph Daeel 
Tuesday Mrs. Joseph Snakenberc 

Mrs. Joseph Dazel 
Wednesday Mrs. William Bancroft 

Mrs. John ]> Mis 

Thursday Mrs. Leopold P, LaFoutg<- 

Mrs. Hiuiy Shannon 
Friday Mrs. George Chehardj 

Mrs. Arthur Esler 

Chairman of the Doll Committee Mrs. Walter Grunnlnu 

Chairman of the Layette Committee Mrs. Leopold P. Lnroutgt 

Chairman of the Colored Group, Sarah Brown Unit No. 6, Mrs. Edna. Journl.- 

Our heartfelt thanks to all the members of the Guild and nil the outside 
units and friends for their generous donations of money and time which 
brought happiness and comfort to the patients of this hospital. 

Respectfully submitted, 

fsf MISS NELLIE BOl'DKHAUS 
President 

/a/ (MRS. FRED) EMMA MIX 

Secretary 



148 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

RECLAIMED GAUZE UNIT ANNUAL REPORT 

Reclaimed gauze sponges made and wrapped 2,575 

New gauze spong-EH wrapped . 1S2.000 

New gauze sponges made and wrapped 603,000 

Gauze streatched on board 

White and colored volunteers 3,401 



Glri Scouts 



394 



In addition to the above the following work was accomplished by mem- 
bers of the RECLAIMED GAUZE UNIT during the year, 

Urine culture tubes , 9,700 

Spinal tubes , la]724 

Metal tubes , b!ooo 

Culture tubes with wooden applicators 23!225 



TOTAL 6 2 



649 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 149 



ENGINEERING 

BOILERS 

The six boilers in the Power House with a capacity of 2.850 Horse Power 
are chemically treated and operated on monthly intervals and Inspected 
yearly, externally and internally by the Travelers Insurance Company's 
inspectors, cleaning of the boilers are made immediately after taking out of 
service. If repalrB are needed between yearly Inspections, the Inspectors are 
ea ed and recommendations are completed. Painted Main Gas Line (or 
boilers in basement of Power House which is done yearly to prevent deterio- 
ration because of heat and condensate moisture. Repaired baffle wall in 
No. 5 Boiler, repairs were made by Pllbrico Sales and Service Company 
completed boiler Feed Water Peerless Pump, Coppus Turbine Driven sl*e 
2" x 3" x 10W— 250 G.P.M.— Ft Head S85. Shut-down Plant to Install gasket 
on Heddar Valve on Main Steam Line connecting No. 1 Boiler; replaced 
deteriorated Copes with New Copes on Boilers No. 1-2-3-5-6, this unit 
controls Feed Water to the hollers, operating OK. Installed flow meter on 
Mezzanine Floor In Power House to register amount of make-up water 
taken from water softeners to add to insufficient return condensate required 
for boilers. Twenty-four hour reading is 11,200 gallons. 

HEATERS ON MEZZANINE FLOOR IN POWER HOUSE 

The heaters supplying Hot Water to the boilers In the Power House, 
Laundry and all Hospital Buildings are In satisfactory condition, they are 
operated on monthly intervals. 

WATER SOFTENERS 

Cleaned stone bed thoroogbly la each Brine Tank, scaled and painted 

•Xtartor of the four Water Softeners, also routine repairs on Units. 

ICE WATER SYSTEM 

Repaired No. Z York 75 ton Ammonia Compressor, repairs consisted of 
New Compressor Rings and New Oil Rings, New Crank Shaft Bearings, 
changed oil in base of compressor. 

ICE PLANT 

Reconditioned entire interior In the No. 2 Brine Tank, repaired the 
Cooling Tower Fan, installed New Bushings and Seals; ice consumption 
has increased each year. Plant operating O.K. 

WORTHINGTON AIR CONDITION COMPRESSORS 

(1000 Tons to Main Building) 

Made yearly Inspection on both No. 1 and No. 2 Frcon Compressors, 
checked alignment. Installed New Thrust Bearing, installed New Purge Units 
on both Compressors, put 200 lbs. of Freon eleven (11) In evaporators on 
both Compressors, cleaned Condensors, painted interior and heads of both 
units. 

TRANE AIR CONDITION COMPRESSORS 

(700 Tons to Main Building) 

Mndi> thorough inspection and minor adjustments on system, operating 
O.K., these both Centra! Units deliver chill water to certain sections of (h« 
Main Building for Air Condition. ""* 

Lou Con Contractors installed 8 inch lines In Valve Room adjoining the 
chill water supply and return lines of the two Worthington and Trane 



ISO CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 

Central System so either system can be used fnr delivering' chill water in 
the Main 18 inch line to the Main Buildinu' tot Air Condition. 

Installed New Marley Cooling Tower in Solarium for C.506 (Heart Ward, 
Main Building-). Installed New Shaft and Bearings on Carrier Unit fo> 
Conditioning the Auditorium, Main Rulldlng 

Installed 5 Ton G.E, Air Cooled Unit 2nd Floor Sister's Home. 

Installed 5 Ton G.E. Air Cooled Unit 3rd floor Dormitory Sister's Honn 

At present 300 Ton Carrier Absorption Air Condition System ts In pro- 
gress in the Student Nurse's Home, Air Conditioning five floors. 

Installed 10 Ton Air Condition Unit In the Telephone Operator's Room. 
Main Building, using chill water from the Trane Unit In the Power House, 

Installed 1% Ton Air Condition Unit In the Eleventh Floor Virus Labora- 
tory, using chill water from the Trane Unit in the Power House. 

EMERGENCY GENERATORS 

General Motor 1000 K.W. Diesel Emergency Generator and Murray 
Turbo Generator 100 K.W. run Generators semi- weekly throughout the year. 
Installed New Governor on the Diesel Generator; replaced two 12 volt Exide 
Batteries that controls the solenoid valve that starts the Generator ip 
emergency. 

Made several Plant shut-downs for neei pairs during the p 

year. 

Employees In the Engineering Department repair window Units, ice 
making flake and cube machines and nil equipment operated by the Engi- 
neering Department in the Hospital. 

Hoping that this report meets with your approval, I remain, 

/s/ WILLIAM H. SUTHERLAND 
Plant Engineering 
WHS; ml 



LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 

The Laundry has processed from July 1, 1963 through June 30. 1964 the 
following, Including all "Wards, all Departments and all Buildings. 

Total Weight 7,618,889 Pounds 

Quantity 15.271,059 Pieces 

Sincerely. 

/a! CYRIL J. ALLAIN 

Laundry Superintendent 
CJA:vJo 



PEDIATRIC RECREATION PROGRAM 151 



PEDIATRIC RECREATION PROGRAM 

SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 
April, 1964 

This is the sixteenth annual report of the Pediatric Relation Program 
of Charity Hospital, a program originated and sponsored by the Greater New 
Orleans Section. National Council of Jewish Women to meet the social 
recreational, ethical and emotional needs of the hospitalized child. 

The physical setup for the Playroom remains the same as It has been 
in the past few years. The Playroom is very well equipped, and the equip- 
ment is renewed and replenished whenever It Is necessary. (W903) 9th 
Floor. The Playroom is a highlight of all hospital tours and visitors from 
all over the United States and other countries are brought here. Everyone 
seems most Impressed with our facilities and our happy children. 

Tin need for this type of a program continues more than ever at Charity 
Hospital, and there Is no other on-going program of a similar type in any 
way duplicating our services in this community. 

FINANCIAL 

The hospital continues to provide the salary of the assistant director 
.nid the Playroom aide. It allocates $100.00 per month for the purchase of 
toys, equipment, craft materials and repairs. The hospital accepts the 
responsibility for maintenance, maid service, office supplies and free mailing. 
They also supply refreshments for routine Birthday parties for our hospl- 
inlized children. 

The Greater New Ortenn3 Section, National Council of Jewish Women 
continues i.. provide the director's salary and any other einergenries or needs 
lhat may arise during the year. The tiudgei of this program wan clarified 
and found workable and satisfactory, Council also supplies refreshments fur 
our Training I'rogram, and the Lake Area Branch cooperate* in making and 
giving decorations and favors for special occasions such as the Thanksgiving 
nnd 4th of July Parties. 

VOLUNTEERS AND VOLUNTEER GROUPS 

Volunteer participation Is a most vital and necessary factor In the 
Hon of a successful program. Continuous participation is of value to 
both the volunteer and the program itself. The volunteer who works on a 
regular basis knows the children and is more efficient, proficient and effective 
In the discharge of her duties. These regular volunteers compensate In every 
way Tor a much larger number of transient workers. \\v ire delighted t.. hi 
able to report that the number of regular ;ind dependable volunteer* con- 
tinues to grow. Spot Volunteers have been of great help and benefit to the 
Program for special projects and parties, and the ranks of these particular 
people has swelled In the past year. 

Fewer volunteers have been needed this past year to efficiently operate 
the Program because of a lower census and curtailed program activities flue 
tr> various childhood diseases In the Wards, The total number of workers 
was 278, which included lOfl day workers, 1E2 spot v.* hi in i; evmitik- 

volunteers; they all worked a total number of 4,298^ hours, COUNCIL 
volunteers, their (laughters and sons, numbering 74, Berried 791^4 hours. 

The Junior League of New Orleans sponsors nnd coordinate* i Punnet 
Therapy Program through the Pediatric Recreation Program This vear thev 
bad eight (S) program--, comprised of 12 members each time to teach the 
children the making and operating or hand puppets. This is a most nonulnr 
program with our youngsters and is of real and positive benefit to them 



152 CHARITY HOSPITAI^196S-19e4 

Church and Fraternal groups have scheduled various activities for the 
Pediatric "Wards and several sororities have given parties on specific oce.i - 
slons and donated movie cartoons for our Film Library. 

The Lake Area Branch, National Council of Jewish Women, New 
Orleans Section, has continued to be both more Interested and active in the 
Pediatric Recreation Program. They have made and provided very attractive 
and unusual party decorations, favors and gifts for all holiday celebrations 
during the year, and have had more of their membership participating 1 at 
the hospital for these activities. 

PROGRAM 

Daily Playroom and Ward activities are from 9:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M. 
and from 2:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.. Monday through Friday, On Monday and 
Wednesday evenings the activities are from 6:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Tin 
Playroom activities for ambulatory patients Include Tree play, music, games, 
arts and crafts and story-telling Recreation for bed patients includes toy 
distribution, record players, radios, movies, television sets and bedside super. 
vision of arts and crafts. In addition to this, all parties and programs axe 
coordinated through the Recreation Program. Civic. Fraternal and com- 
munity groups, as well an interested Individuals have given parties during 
the year. Many of these groups have expanded their interests after their 
initial contact and have made additional contributions, both In time nn d 
money. 

Crafts for teen-agers was resumed again this past summer, but 
done on an Individualized basis. Our Polaroid Camera has been in use more 
than ever, if this is possible, and the picture records of parties throughout 
the year is most complete. Some of the pictures have been used for publicity 
In various Council Bulletins. 

Our outdoor playground Is still not available for use because of further 
construction in the "US.V. area. 

In addition to the routine Birthday Parties this year, which numbered 
60, large parties were held for Valentine's Day, Easter, the 4th of j, 
Halloween. Washington's Birthday, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The 1963 
Christmas Pary for the 9th floor children and Out-Patient Clinic Children 
was an overwhelming success, and larger than ever before. Over 1650 
youngsters were given toys, games, ice cream and candy. 

The Halloween Party Is allocated to the evening group of volunteers. an ,j 
Is a very popular one with the workers as well as the children. The young- 
sters were delighted with their costumes and masks, and the occasion v 
a gala one, 

PUBLICITY 

Publicity for the year included radio, newspaper and television coverage 
for all Pediatric Recreational Program activities whenever It was possible 
This included routine radio spots and announcements from both Hospital and 
Council levels, and our Christmas activities were publicized on radio and 
television programs prior to our Christmas parties. 

For each issue of the Council Bulletin the Director has written up s ome 
facet of the Play Program and included pictures, to keep the general mem- 
bership informed and aware of recreational activities going on In the hospital. 

At one of the meetings of the Charity Hospital Volunteer Advisory Com. 
mlttee, Mrs, Harrison was asked to speak on the Recreation Program. She 
gave a short history of the Program, Council's responsibility and leadership 
and showed movies of the recent Halloween and Christmas Parties, 



PEDIATRIC RECREATION PROGRAM 1B3 



DONATIONS 

We have acknowledged all donations and contributions received during 
the past year. Contributions varied from used Christmas cards to doll clothes, 
rrom small toys to large hobby horses for the Playroom, from Carnival 
throws to checks, some heing most generous. Thank-you notes are sent out 
by this I'rogram for even' gift, contribution, special party and event The 
People of New Orleans have been most thoughtful, generous and responsive 
to the small patients ,,f Charity Hospital and to this Program which helps 
these less fortunate boys and girls so much happiness while they are 
ill. the Lake Area Hi-am-h. Council of Jewish Women, has continued to be 

la] part of this program Council TV Story-tellers are also active in this 
program telling the 4th of July and Thanksgiving stories in the Playroom 
dressed in appropriate costumes. Attached is a list of contributions and gifts 
received, and Che mimes of those whose donations we acknowledged. 

TRAINING 

oriematlun materia] for all new volunteers is routine. This is supervised 
iff members and questions are encouraged about any and nil phases of 
the Pediatric Recreation Program. The new volunteer is conducted on a 
tour of the 9th floor and all wards are carefully explained to her. At this 
time the new volunteer is told of the periodic training courses given during 
the year for both new and experienced workers. 

Three (3) In-sarvice training courses were held during the year for both 
the new and the mon experienced volunteers. These included an Easter Hat 
and Bag Making Party and a Summer training program in arts and crafts 
Luncheon was provided for these two meetings by Council, as this added 
•social" aspect helps bring out more volunteers. Training sessions for 
Student Nurses of both LSI' and raiiard Universities were also held in the 
Playroom. As new members were added to the volunteer roster they were 
given their training on an tadrrtdaallaed basis by Mrs Harrison. 

ADMINISTRATION 

Uireetor— Mrs. A. Harrison— source of salary is Council 

Asst. Director— Mrs. Hugh Clark— source of salary Is Hospital (Civil Service) 
Playroom Aide— Airs. Harriet Phillips— source of salary is Hospital (Civil 
Service) 

The Policy Committee has met Infrequently during the year as things 
have gone smoothly ami numerous meetings have not been Indicated, Tin 
total Advisory Committee has not been called together but HAS BEEN kept 
Informed of all activities of the Program by nutlces and personal contact. 
The Director and Chairman continue to attend the Council Board meetings 

ma there is a Council member sitting on the Charity Hospital Volunteer 

Wlvlsory Committee. 

The apparent ease with which the Pediatric Recreation Program is run 
.nd its smooth functioning can be laid directly at the feet of Amv Harrison 
Her friendship and comradeship with the volunteers, and her inborn ability 
deal with and settle all the problems that arise on both Hospital anil 
■ouncil levels is the true reason behind the continuous eue. o the 

Pediatric. Recreation Program. She gives strength and scope to the program 
Her relationship with the hospital administration staff, personnel staff Slater 
Supervisor, head nurses and volunteers is of the very highest caliber and 
sill: is the one directly responsible for the wonderful cooperation mid all n, 
facilities we enjoy In the hospital. ' 

Mrs. Clark, our assistant director. conUnues to be the perfect comnliment 
10 Mrs. Harrison, wonderful as always, taking her responsibility easllv Tn,l 
graciously She too. maintains splendid staff-volunteer relationship 
has a real flair for working with all the children on the 9th rw ™ 
youngsters seem to sense her sincerity, warmth and interest In them ad 



154 CHARITY HOSPITAI^-1363-1964 

they react accordingly. She Is on excellent terms with the Nursing Service 
and this results In fine cooperation from everyone. Mrs. ClarR has been of 
untold help and benefit to this Program and we are most fortunate to have 
her as an assistant. 

Harriet Phillips, the Playroom Aide, continues In her role of a valuable 
addition to the Pediatric Recreation Program. She gets along well with the 
staff, volunteers and children, accepts responsibility and Is always efficient, 
cheerful, willing and pleasant. 

It was with deep regret that we bid goodbye to Sister Margaret Rose, 
Supervisor of Pediatrics, after so many years of splendid cooperation and 
leadership, when she was transferred to O'Connor Hospital In San Jose, 
California. She had been one of the instigators and a motivating factor In 
setting up a Pediatric Recreational Program in Charity Hospital. We ver« 
all deeply sorry to terminate this pleasant and valuable association. 

We welcomed Sister Mary Edward, who replaced Sister Margaret Rose, 
and noted her pleasure In the Recreation Program. She haa been most co- 
operative and has some new Ideas and suggestions that we know will be 
of value to the program. 



PHARMACY DEPARTMENT 16B 



PHARMACY 

Special Prescriptions Filled 

Stock Prescriptions Filled 72247 

Narcotic Prescriptions Filled 14*230 

Total Prescriptions Filled 230 142 



the „i|,m Breaux and Contains Bunding Tu^ MeUboli ^rd* Tul 
Ai thrills Unit and the Tulane Cancer Clinical R««r^ T r„ lt ' 



ane Cancer Clinical Research Unit. 



:m<- 



n Ow genera] manufacturing- laboratory and prescription counter a total 
•>«H4« gallons were made. These included syrups, elixirs, linlmento lotions 
mixtures and laboratory state* 731 pounds of ointments and 24oTooo ta ^ 
were also manufactured. ' woieis 

In i he solution urea, the total number of bottles of sterile solutions 
manufactured reached 207,310. These include 1000 cc and BOO oc sodium 
<hlo,ide. dextrose, etc. In addition to this 83.292 botties of small size Z " 
-» "tioni were made, and the number of sterile vials of vitamins, potassium 
chloride phenobarbital, mineral oil, etc., was 19,312. Various dilutions of 
r.ller^enlc vials made for nse In the clinics numbered 1.406. The grand total 
for the solution room stands at 311.320 units. This represents a tremen,!,,,,. 
wvl»«a to the hospital as commercially prepared products would cost mans 
times mtr manufactured items. ' 

i„ rf Att ^ hed iS * liSt " f """bloUoa and other classes of drugs purchased 
uunng the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

M SYI/vTA BING 

Director, Pharmacy Department 



15(5 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1963-1964 



ANTIBIOTICS PURCHASED 



Aerosporin Sterile Power 548 Vials 

Aerosporin Otic 10 cc 96 Vials 

Aureomycin Capsules £50 nig-. 3S4 Tablets 

B&citracin Ophthalmic Ointment 1/8 Oz. 144 Vials 

Bacitracin Parenteral 50,000 Units 80 Vials 

Chloromycetin Capsules 250 me 1T0, 200 Tablets 

Chloromycetin Capsules 50 mg 600 Tablets 

Chloromycetin Paimltate. 2 Oz 2,844 Bottles 

Chloromycetin Intramuscular 1 Gram 9,350 Vials 

Chloromycetin Ophthalmic Solution 228 Bottles 

Chloromycetin Otic - — 

Chloromycetin Succinate 1 Gram 24.400 Vials 

Colymyeln 150 mg 3,650 Vials 

Declomycln Capsules 150 mg 38,000 Capsules 

Declomycin Drops 10 cc 48 Bottles 

Declomycln Syrup 2 Oz 36 Bottles 

Erythromycin Tablets 250 me, 73,000 Tablets 

Erythromycin Pediatric Suspension 1 .6R0 Bottles 

Erythromycin Intravenous 250 mg, 150 Vials 

Trythromycfn Intravenous 500 me 1,150 Vials 

Erythromycin Intramuscular 10 cc 988 Vials 

Kanamycin Sulfate Intramuscular 1 Gram 5,100 Vials 

Neomycin Intramuscular 0,5 Gram 250 Vials 

Neomycin Topical Powder 10 Gram 750 Vials 

Neomycin Tablets 0.5 Gram 16,000 Tablets 

Novobiocin Capsules 250 mg , 2,304 Capsule 

Novobiocin Intravenous 500 mg 1° 8 Vials 

Penicillin "G" Crystalline— 5 Million Units 30,000 Vials 

Penicillin. Procaine, Aqueous 300,000 Units 45,000 Vials 

Penicillin Tablets 200,000 Units 200.000 Tablets 

Penicillin and Dlhydrostreptomycin Combined — 6 Dose 1,000 Vials 

Sodium Dimethoxyphenyl Penicillin 1 Gram 13.500 Vials 

Streptomycin— 5 Grams 11,500 V 

Streptomycin — I Gram 1 .000 Vials 

Terramycin Capsules 250 mg. 130.S0O Capsules 

Terramycin Suspension 1 Oz 2,112 Bottles 

Terramycin Intramuscular 100 mg 17,500 Vials 

Terramycin Intravenous 500 mg, 5.900 Vials 

Terramycin Intra venous 250 mg 900 Vi; ' Is 

Tetracycline Capsules 250 mg. 122,000 Cnp sl 

Tetracycline Intravenous 500 mg 3.400 Vials 

Tetracycline Intramuscular 100 mg 7.196 Vials 

Tetracycline Ointment 3% 1 Oz. , . , 30 Tubes 

Tetracycline Ophthalmic 1/8 Ok 96Br.tr 

Tetracycline Pediatric Drops 10 cc 24 Bottles 

Tetracycline Syrup 2 Oz 2.188 Bottles 

Viomycin 1 Gram 2.6B0 Vials 

SERUMS AND ANTITOXINS PURCHASED 

Antivenln, North American Antl Snake Bite Serum ... 12 Packa K(? s 

Coccldlodin , 630 Vials 

Diphtheria Toxin for Schick Test— 10 Doses 80 

Frel Antigen -IS ViaOa 

Mixed Vaccine Respiratory Infections 3G Vi.ds 

Poliomyelitis Vaccine 9 cc HO Vials 

Immune Serum Globulin 10 cc 130 Vials 

Immune Serum Globulin 2 cc 7fi Vials 

Tetanus Antitoxin 10,000 Units 100 Vials 

Tetanus Gas Gangrene Antitoxin 200 Vials 

Tetanus Toxoid Fluid— 5 Dose 1.900 Vials 



PHARMACY DEPARTMENT 



167 



Typhoid Para-Typhoid Vaccine— Non Specific Therapy 24 Vials 

Typhoid Para-Typhoid Vaccine IB cc , 30 V! *,* 

INSULINS PURCHASED 

Insulin, Regular U-40 QM ,„ , 

Insulin, Regular U-SO EM V^ 

Insulin, Lente U-40 EX ™ , 

Insulin, I^nte U- 80 . ™ v "J" 

Insulin, NPH U-40 ... ."i , ™" 

Insulin. NPH U-80 '"" 1 *" 

Insulin, Protamine Zinc U-40 ..',".'."" 450 Vials 

Insulin, Protamine Zinc U-80 -fen vi«i« 

Insulin, Semi-Lente U-40 .....'.'.'.WW" 24 Vials 

CGRT1SONES, PREDNISONES AND A C T H PURCHASED 

Cortisone Acetate Suspension 10 cc 25 mg/cc . ir,n vi*w 

Cortisone Tablets 5 mg , :„„ J, 1 *, . 

cortisone Tablets 25 mg ....:::;;:;:;:: ;Z s^S 

Hydrocortisone Intravenous 100 mg 115000 Vials 

Hydrocortisone Intravenous 250 mg " '200 Vials 

Ilydroeortosone Ophthalmic Suspension ......'.'. en n Bottles 

Ilydrocortosone Suspension Intra-Artlcular 25 mg/5 cc 25(1 Viala 

Ilydroeortosone Tablets 20 mg 6 000 Ttlb ,„ tB 

Hydrocortisone, Free Alcohol, Micronized ' B00 Grams 

A C T H Gel 40 Units 5 cc 100 VhTlT 

£CTH 25 Units .' .' .' .'.■ .W^ ! 1,060 v!a!s 

Prednisolone Acetate Suspension 5 cc 100 Vials 

Prednisolone Tablets 5 mg. '. ! '. ". '. ! ". . ". 9,000 TaW«t« 

Prednisone Tablets 5 mg mooo TabIets 

SULFA DRUGS PURCHASED 

Sodium Sulfadiazine Ampules 600 Ampules 

Sulfadiazine Tablets 0.5 Grain 12,000 Tablets 

Sulfathalldlne Tablets 0.5 Gram 2fl!oOO Tablets 

Sulfisoxazole Tablets 0.5 Gram 296*000 Tablets 

Sulflsoxazole Syrup 240 Pints 

Triple Sulfonamide Syrup 60 Gallons 

BLOOD PLASMA, VOLUME EXPANDERS, FIBRINOGEN PURCHASED 

Dextran 6% In Normal Saline 500 cc 1,153 Bottles 

Fibrinogen 1 Gram 10§ Bottles 

Plasma. Antihemophilic 250 cc 13 Sorties 

Plasma, Antihemophilic 100 cc 4S6 Bottles 

Plasma, Antihemophilic 50 cc 146 Bon 

Plasmanate 500 cc ■ -j | . : ,, 

Plasmanate BOO cc 3,004 nott les 

Normal Serum Albumen 50 cc 482 Bottles 



158 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19S3-I964 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 



Inborn Inlaatj 


Admiarioo* 


DiarbatlKi 
(AlrvaJ 


Deatha 


Mortality 
Rate 


WHITE MALE 


T 
« 
13 
3 


... 

4 
11 
3 


2 
2 


S:$ 


1000— 14l»gBU. .. 


1600- 1MB cm*. 


15.3% 


2000 mis. r'luj 








WHITE FEMALE 


1 
i 
4 
11 
5 




1 

2 

1 








IQOs! 


1000- 149SI ulna 


1! 
4 


2V ' 


1500-1 WO Bt.. 




2000 gnu. plm 


1 


20% 


COLORED MALE 

Lf»S tllUQ 500 Rltlfl 

500- 909 gnu... 

lOOO-U'JUgna, 

150O-lW9gma 


11 
-15 
» 
135 
40 


I 
39 
lit 

39 


11 
34 
40 
22 
I 


»7 1 
50.8% 
16 :■ 


2000 gms. plus 








COLOR l 1 

Ltae than 500 gnu, . . . 




a 
SI 
148 

a 




9 

3T 
H 
10 

6 


100% 


500— 099 gni. 

WOO— U/BUgat. 


5 

52 
l.'iS 
37 


m 

35-8% 


1500— 1D0O gnu.... 

2000 gnu. plia 


13.9% 


OUTBQRN INFANTS 
WHITE MALE 










500— 999 gnu 


t 

32 
41 

a 


2 

23 
32 

4 


4 
9 
9 
t 


H V ' 


1000- 1409 m 


28,1% 


1500-1999 gnu. 


21 v 


2000 gma, plua, 


33.3% 






WHITE FEMALE 

■ •cos tlmn 1SO0 gnu. 


2 

8 

24 

» 


2 

IB 
23 


2 
5 
3 





500— WSgina. 


1000-1499 gnu 

wo iswcm 




COLORED MALK 
Ia> than SOU gnu. . 
500— S09gnu, 


1 

10 
30 
M 

9 


4 
22 
50 

T 


1 
1 

17 
1 
2 


m . 


1000— 1499 gma. 

1500- 1999 j{n«. 
JOOu sms. plus 


43 j 
22 S 


COLORED FEMALE 
Less tUn 500 gnu. . 










500 flint (sra 


13 

43 

63 

5 


a 

38 
43 
5 


7 

It) 

i 


•J 4<:. 


1000- una gnu 


1500— 1999 gnu 


2000 gnu. plm 









PIEMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 
Census 



WEIGHT IN GRAMS 


Inborn Infwte 


Oulborn Infanta 


Combined Inborn A Outbora Infanta 




Admissions 


Dratha 


Mortality 
Rate 


Admissions 


Deaths 


Mortality 
Rat? 


Total 
Admissiona 


Total 

Detain 


Total Rate of 
Mortality 


Up to 499 


21 

80 

170 

307 

n 


21 
79 
72 
34 

8 


100% 

91.8% 

42.3% 

e l l % 
8.7 


8 

37 
143 

187 
20 


8 

23 
44 

25 
4 


100% 
89 !'; 
30.7% 

20% 


21 
123 
It 13 
494 

111 


24 
102 
110 

so 

12 




600-999 

1000— 1*89.. 


100$ 

82.9% 


1800—1998 


3H 


2000 plus 


11.9%. 




10-8% 



160 CHAJUTY HOSFITAI^-1963-1964 

MAINTENANCE 

The Maintenance Department when fully staffed consist of ISO workers. 
At the end of the fiscal year there were 12 vacancies. 

This department has handled 25821 written requests for maintenance 
during the past year. The following figures are given to Indicate the volume 
of work and type of service rendered. 

It must be noted that In the above figure 33905 maintenance work orders 
were Issued (work orders are issued whenever necessary maintenance Is 
required) and 1916 requisitions were handled (requisitions are required 
whenever services are rendered by the department other than nee. 
maintenance). 

Work Maint. 

Order* Req- Total 

■ Iwork and .Metal Work 4,908 1.072 5.9go 

Painters , . , 281 7S9 

Plumbers 6,352 48 *:,400 

Steamfltters 1,579 54 1,633 

Masonry 1,395 IS* 1.593 

Electricians 7,845 199 S.044 

Machinists 1,318 64 l.ggj 

23.905 1.916 25,821 



INTERESTING NOTES 

19 renovation Johs were completed. 

serious leaks due to pipe deterioration, 
a major repairs to equipment. 

• if new equipment Installed. 
i.128 pieces »f new furniture or equipment manufactured under Sini 

66 pieces of new furnituif or equipment manufactured over $100.00. 
5,016 gallons of painting material used. 
1.910 new keys Issued. 
1,703 number of pieces of metal furniture completely stripped and reflnished 



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